Shoot Many Robots (PC)
HTC Vive Support
Oculus Rift Support
Windows Mixed Reality Support

Published by Ubisoft
Single Player Single Player
Multi-Player
Cross-Platform Multiplayer
Local Co-Op
Downloadable Content
In-App Purchases
Partial Controller Support
Full Controller Support
Achievements Achievements
Steam Trading Cards
VR Support
Steam Workshop
Cloud Saves
Stats Stats
Valve Anti-Cheat Enabled
Steam Leaderboards Steam Leaderboards
Includes Level Editor
Commentary Available
Captions Available
Action Action
Adventure
Fighting
Hidden Object
Horror
Family Friendly
Platformer Platformer
Puzzle
Racing
Retro
RPG RPG
Shooter
Simulation
Sports
Strategy
Antivirus and Security
Animation & Modeling
Audio Production
Languages
Photo Editing
Reference
Typing
Video Editing
Video Production
Utilities
Educational
Game Development
Design and Illustration
Business and Office
Operating System
Includes Soundtrack
Includes Manual
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Shoot Many Robots
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The title sums it up pretty well, but if you still need convincing: A 4-player co-op run-n-gun action shooter that throws you into a tidal wave of degenerate robots with an array of weaponry that would make any mama proud. A classic 2.5D side-scrolling shooter, revitalized with modern game design.

You take control of P. Walter Tugnut (The "P" stands for "Pickles"), a regular guy who stockpiles guns, ammo, and beer in his dilapidated RV awaiting the inevitable robot apocalypse. When the abandoned factory in the distance begins producing robots on its own, Walter sets off in his RV on a robot-killing rampage, hoping to save humanity from an onslaught of robot hordes.

Developed by Demiurge Studios, collaborators on Borderlands™, Brothers in Arms®, and Mass Effect™.

  • 4-Player Co-op
    Up to four players online working together to take down robot armies.
  • Character Customization
    Wearing a tutu isn't just a fashion statement; it's a strategy. Hundreds and hundreds of crazy guns and accessories to unlock, each giving unique stat boosts and special abilities. Level up and gain XP by killing robots, boosting Walter's stats. Unlock new missions and equipment.
  • Missions
    Push forward through robot territory in Run-n-Gun missions – huge levels that end in uncomfortably epic robot boss battles. Hunker down in Survival missions – claustrophobic levels where the only object is to outlast waves of robot hordes. Tons of missions to fight through, all the way up to the ultimate challenge: Insane mode.
  • Diversified Combat
    Take two weapons with you into battle – but it's going to be a tough choice. Revolvers, rocket launchers, assault rifles, flamethrowers, SMGs, and shotguns all beg to be used – not to mention the freeze ray, gnome launcher, and a cat carrier that shoots an exploding robot decoy.
  • Punch Bullets
    Also, you can punch bullets. In the game, I mean.
  • Robots with Personality
    Numerous robots – from tiny chainsaw-wielding Choppers to gigantic fire-spewing Fatboys – all have unique personalities, AI, and unique ways to kill, with even fiercer models appearing as the difficulty ramps up.
  • From the team that brought Mass Effect to the PC, Shoot Many Robots has been upgraded and overhauled specifically for the platform.
  • Lookin' Good
    Looks even better with support for higher resolutions (like 2560x1600!) and the game now runs at 60 fps!
  • Feelin' Good
    All interfaces and controls have been overhauled and optimized specifically for mouse and keyboard. Customizable key mapping is also now available.
  • But Wait, There's More!
    • Fully integrated Steam matchmaking
    • Facebook matchmaking
    • Achievements
    • In-game & Steam leaderboards
  • Integrated voice chat

Minimum:

  • OS: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7
  • Processor: 3.0 GHz Pentium IV or 2.0 GHz AMD Athlon64 X2 3800+
  • Memory: 2GB
  • Hard Disk Space: 1GB
  • Graphics: 256 MB DirectX 9.0c-compatible video card
  • Sound: DirectX 9.0-compliant sound card
  • DirectX®: 9.0c

    Recommended:

    • OS: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7
    • Processor: Core2Duo E4400 @ 2.0Ghz or AMD Athlon64 X2 4400+ @ 2.3Ghz or better
    • Memory: 2GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 1GB
    • Graphics: 512 MB GeForce 8800 GTX or ATI Radeon HD 3870 or better
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0-compliant sound card
    • DirectX®: 9.0c

      Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish

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