Bullet-hell, boss-battle, first-person shooter, with giant-robots, martinis and jetpacks. YES. Drink the cocktails. Fight the titans. Make your own Titans. Drink your friend's cocktails.
User reviews: Very Positive (319 reviews)
Release Date: Feb 19, 2014

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"This is what happens when you give a robot bartender sentience. They build robot titans and rebel against humanity."

About This Game

Drunken Robot Pornography (DRP) is a bullet-hell first-person shooter for Windows. Battle giant robots -- called Titans -- as they try to slice you apart with their lasers. Pick off their missile launchers, fry away their carbon fiber armor, and tear off their claws, leaving them writhing.

Drunken
You're Reuben Matsumoto. You used to own a bar.

Robot
You gave your robot bartender, Tim, sentience. He went nuts, stole your other 12 bots, and burned down your bar.

Pornography
He's attacking Boston with 20,000 drones, 40 Titans, and his lieutenants, the 12 Drunken Robot Centerfolds.

30-story tall giant robots. Jetpacks. Guns. It all started so innocently. Your robot bartender, Tim, used to make the best drinks at your nightclub. But you gave him sentience so that he could better empathize with the customers. Struck by the world's problems, he went crazy, burned your club to the ground, and fled with your twelve exotic robot dancers. Weeks later, giant robots started attacking the City of Boston -- not a coincidence!

Key features:

System Requirements

Windows
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: 1.7GHz Intel/AMD CPU
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB 3D Card, Shader Model 3
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2GB
    • Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or later
    • Processor: 1.7GHz Intel/AMD CPU
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB 3D Card, Shader Model 3
    • Hard Drive: 2GB
Helpful customer reviews
45 of 61 people (74%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 31
expected porn.




♥♥♥♥ is not porn
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14 of 14 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 19
Drunken Robot Pornography has a unique concept to go along with its memorable title. You take control of Reuben Mastumoto, who is having a real bad day. He accidentally made his robot bartender, Tim, self-aware and presumably being slightly freaked out by this, Tim burned down Reuben's bar and stole all the other robot staff members.Now Reuben has to defend Boston from Tim and the awesome titans he's created from the former bar staff. The premise of Drunken Robot Pornography is absurd but it's the basis of a solid game that blends the massive bosses of a bullet-hell shmup and the tight first-person shooter arenas of something like Quake III.The levels are broken out into individual, self-contained challenges. It’s a first-person shooter and you have a jetpack, and each stage is a multi-tiered jungle gym in which you bounce around and blast away at endless waves of enemies. It doesn’t take long after you begin the stage for the boss, always in the form of a giant, menacing robot, to appear and the real fight to begin. While there’s technically a story in DRP, it mostly hangs in your periphery as you focus on mastering the mechanics of the movement and combat.Completing each stage is not as straight-forward as simply staying alive long enough to deplete the boss’s health. The stages are timed so you also have to be swift in carrying out your attack, which is tough when you’re constantly on the move, avoiding enemy fire and chasing power-ups.While the premise of DRP is interesting and the gameplay challenging, I felt the level design left a lot to be desired. It’s frustrating to be constantly fighting the controls, not because they’re bad, but because your attention is split between maneuvering around the stage and shooting stuff. Also, the bosses themselves are somewhat cookie-cutter, at least in function, so sometimes it can get repetitive.The giant robot bosses look really cool, though, and you can tell the developers put a lot of work into the visual presentation of them.DRP follows a fortunate trend in the indie game scene and boasts an interesting visual style and an electric soundtrack. It’s certainly fun to look at, and the array of electronic beats suit the style of the game perfectly.Comic relief comes from a robot partner who you never see but is always talking, usually alerting you when your health is low but also taking the time to crack jokes that are actually funny. Drunken Robot Pornography is a game that is bursting with style but somewhat lacking in substance. After a while the gameplay gets a bit repetitive as, after all, each stage is essentially a glorified boss fight. Still, there’s a great challenge and lots of fun to be had here, and the packed in editor almost certainly guarantees that interesting new content will always be right around the corner.
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25 of 34 people (74%) found this review helpful
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 3
Worst fap session ever
10/10 would fap again
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14 of 16 people (88%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 24
Fun. Very silly: giant (as in, some of them are "Sweet Merciful Crap!" giant) ludicrous robots are attacking Future Boston, which apparently will be laid out like Quake 3/UT maps that involved lots of jump pads. Cool, polygonal enemy design with bright colors.

Individual levels/challenges are very fast and self-contained, so you can jump into the game for just a few minutes if you want a quick frag break.

Excellent humor. Pretty great soundtrack, too.

(Note: I was given a free download code by the developer. Still would think the game was fun regardless, but I'm putting that out there if anyone thinks it's important.)
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 8
No robot pornography 0/10
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 19
Strange idea of the game and total random on the screen make me blind.
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 30
If you can get past the offensive name, you will find a really fun game that combines first-person shooter and bullet-hell arcade shooter. Collecting power-ups and other bits and bobs while dodging lasers and bullets is pretty fun. And if it isn't chaotic enough, you can download "bosses" made by others to see just how many bullets, lasers, etc. you can dodge at any given time.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 1
I would like to preface this review by saying that while I love bullet hell games, I am no good at them whatsoever. The same can also be said for me and first person shooters. Naturally, when the two are combined, they create a game that I am absolute crap at but love anyways.

I think this game will be much easier for those who have a controller instead of a keyboard and mouse. The keyboard and mouse controls use the arrow keys to move, spacebar to jump, and mouse to aim and shoot. Since I don't have a third arm to work all of those at once, the game ended up frustrating me more and more as I played. In the end, though, I kept coming back despite my mounting frustration.

I would recommend this game to players who like FPS games but want an extra challenge to go along with it. Also, players with controllers.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 3
This is different from mainstream shooter for following reasons:
- Easy aiming, no normal gun mechanics such as recoil, reload, random spread.
- Focus on movements across large area and landing on where you need to.
- Robotic titans created by robot bartender gone berserk!
- Bosses break apart as you shoot it, weaken as battle progresses.
Fun, challenging, and satisfying when you literally break down boss fight. I recommend this game as a nice 3d platformer. There's occasional framerate hitch when new things appear, but it is a minor issue.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 4
tl;dr This game is a bit mislabeled and levels aren't quite linear in difficulty, but it plays well, had great visuals, and is ultimately very fun

I had been pretty curious about this game since I saw the trailer for Drunken Robot Battle Royale on fridays or whatever. I didn't know what it meant, but it looked cool. That's always a good start, right? Turns out the actual game is called Drunken Robot Pornography though. Weird name. Totally is in the favor of the game, because it's not something you'll easily forget after hearing it one time. I mean, really, who is going to forget a name with "pornography?"

I had read some reviews and I was a bit skeptical. Most of the negative reviews were really short one liners that complained about the difficulty, so I didn't let that scathe my desire to play.

Onto the actual review part that matters:

This game is beautiful. Sure, it doesn't quite tell you all the rules in the beginning (but what game really does?), and you start off on a very simple tutorial where I don't think you can die. Basically, the premise of the game is that, because of REASONS (I don't pay attention to story, sorry), you have to dispatch some titans. Titans are these giantass robot things that are hitting up Boston in the worst of ways. So you, with your trusty suit, rocket boots (!), and all purpose gun thing are up to DESTROLISH all of the bots.

This game is labeled as a bullet hell game, but I'd think that's pretty inaccurate. Sure, you have to dodge a ton of things, but dodging stuff in games isn't unique. Admittedly, there are, at some points, LOTS of things to dodge, but bullet hells typically rely on you being able to see the whole map at once, so you can actually dodge everything. This game only lets you see 120 degrees or so. That's not quite the same as full field of view. Then again, there's also an entity tracker thing on your HUD that lets you know vaguely where things are. I think. I'm not too sure how it works, but there are totally arrows pointing to things and they seem to move around if you flick your view in a different direction. That said, though, they aren't reliable or are proximity based or something because I've totally had entities on the map that weren't tracked.

One thing I love about first person shooters is movement. I love to rocket jump in games that allow it, and I love speed. Just being able to do fancy movement stuff is great in all games, really. It increases the skill ceiling. This game not only makes you move really fast (you can fall off edges if you hold W long enough and try to do "Air Strafing"-like things to turn; you have to actually press a or d to ensure you don't fall off a ledge during a turn). You basically handle like a car. That's pretty neat. Sure, it's not the best, but it's something to learn. Not only do you move fast, but you have ROCKET BOOTS. Holy ♥♥♥♥ that's such a fun thing to play with. Usually with games with jetpacks, you can cheat out the duration of the jetpack by tapping the jump button and they go ahead and let you know that is a feature in this game on the loading screen. Cool! Also, there's totally jump pads that make you go flying up in the air so that you can ascend faster. Man, I love movement in this game. Why can't more games have this? :/

But what's first person shooter without shooting, right? Sure, you can do fancy stuff with jumpin and movin, but that's not good if you're not jump n shoot man, right? Well, admittedly, the weapon variety is limited, it seems. You're stuck with one weapon for the whole game (I think, I haven't beaten the game yet). That's not necessarily a bad thing, though, because you can pick up power-ups within each map. Triple Fire will turn your pew into PEWPEWPEW, rapidfire does what you'd imagine, splinter fire does... a thing, heavy fire... also does a thing, and then there's also other power ups like Decoy and Invulnerability that you can activate by right clicking. This doesn't apply for the entire map, though. Instead, you're limited by how many shots each power up lasts for (600 on all of them, as far as I've been able to tell). There's also likely more upgrades that I've not gotten to yet. But basically, each of them alters how your gun works and lets you murderate the giantass robots fasterer.

It gets better, still, though. Sure, while you might so far think that the game is really dull and all you do is shoot things that don't have brains, you also get to stare at the pretty visuals. I mean pretty. Like, dang, these are pretty. There's so many vibrant colors and it feels so sleek. Ok, look, listen, my words can't do it justice. Words are hard. :( Just know that this game is very, very pretty. Some might be a little put off by how many colors thare are, though. Something about sensory overload or something. Whatever.

Man, it's not just the visuals that are great either. This game has a pretty solid soundtrack. I dunno, maybe I'm just a sucker for video game music. Fortunately, this game comes with a goodies folder and that gives me access to some of the music (though, tragically, not technically this') . I'd put most of it on a playlist. Sure, there's only 6 songs in the entire thing, but they're genuinely fun to listen to. It, of course, also fits pretty well with the game. It's got a pretty high bpm and that's handy because this game rewards you for going fast.

Some gripes with this game, though, are that levels seem to fluxuate heavily on difficulty. I thought that people were kidding and just bad when they were talking about this being an issue, but it's pretty apparent. I did the first 12 levels like no problem, but then I got to Alleyways and I just got #rekt hard. Something about those new guys shooting at me while I'm not able to see them and having to deal with a new boss damage attack... Yeah. That level is really good, though. It does restrict your access to a resource (Rapid Fire) sometimes with the boss covering it via his drop down cannon ball attack thing. I think entering the black circles at all is a bad thing. Dont' touch anything in this game that isn't a platform.

This game is also pretty cute with its voicing. Your suit talks to you or something (Think Iron Man and JARVIS) and lets you know things or just offers silly banter between the main character and the main character's suit. Always gotta give props to games that are intentionally silly.

Admittedly, I haven't cleared all of this game, yet, but I'd still suggest it to people looking for a new game to play. The game just plays really well and, while you basically are forced to constantly stay moving and holding down m1, it ultimately offers solid gameplay. This game also just feels like it was a testing ground for an arena shooter because good lord this game would be an INCREDIBLE arena shooter. If I had to put a number on this game I'd give it something like an 8. It's certainly not a perfect game, but it's one I'm pretty happy to have a copy of.

It's hard to suggest what other games are similar to give you an idea of how it plays. It's not like Team Fortress 2, not like Call of Duty, not like Sanctum, I guess kinda like Tribes: Ascend? What game has stuff on the floor that you can pick up, jump pads, rocket shoes, one weapon, and super fast movement? I dunno. There aren't any comparisons I can make, but that's also something worth noting. This game is somewhat novel. It also feels like this game would fit PERFECTLY in an arcade. In fact, I'd be surprised if this wasn't inspiried by some Japanese arcade game that one of the developers remembers vaguely.

Basically, pick up this game because it's kind of incredible. It's pretty, it's fun, it plays well, and the only thing wrong with it (so far; I'll update when I beat the game) is that difficulty is all over the place sometimes.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 16
When i first started DRP, i was a bit disappointed : i was expecting epic battles against mega robots, and all i was getting was robots robots seemingly made of cardboard (because they were dying in 15s), or score/checkpoints chasing arenas. Moreover, the controls felt too floaty, especially when on the ground.

But I trust Dejobaan, who have yet to disappoint me with a game. So i kept at it, and boy am i glad i did. What seemed like a small game with 15-20 levels, is actually chock full of robots and the difficulty rises slowly but surely. Soon, i was getting into tense fights with robots that seemingly wouldn't die despite the huge firepower i was throwing at them.

I like that there is both a platform aspect, trying to maneuver your jetpacks where you need to, but also a tactical one. Since you're on a timer, you need to figure out the best path to maximize the damages to the Titans, while getting all the vital power-ups you need. Dwell around too much, and the clock will be the death of you.

DRP packages this challenging game into a very nice shell. First the graphisms, with grandiose, colorful arenas that are a nice changes to the usual "gritty brownish" of many games. Second the soundtrack, which is all over the place in a positive way : one arena will have dubstep, while the next will be more jazzy, and the next one will offer yet another ambiance... Very nice mix all around :). Finally, the silly-in-a-good-way Dejobaan humor ties the story and the gameplay in a nice way.

I still find the controls a bit too floaty to my tastes, but I've mostly adapted to that, and i can't deny the adrenaline rush this game provide me. You dance around countless lasers, you tear off bits and pieces of the Titan one by one, while you keep moving to avoid the smaller enemies and seeker projectives. DRP is really EPIC BATTLES AGAINST GIANT ROBOTS.
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4 of 9 people (44%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
Mah Brain...Wat!?
Voxel based, bullet hell, arena FPS.
Kaleidoscopic rainbow of fun, could use some multiplayer!
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3 of 8 people (38%) found this review helpful
37.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 5
Dat GOTY Feel , Dat Half Finished Feel, Dat Moneys Worth Feel.
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1 of 4 people (25%) found this review helpful
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 2
Attack on Titan's Indie Robot Cousin.
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0 of 4 people (0%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 3
I ADORE this game beyond belife.
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4 of 16 people (25%) found this review helpful
6.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 11
doesn't actually have porn

don't buy
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2 of 12 people (17%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 1
Its a boring bullet hell shooter, which gets very repetitive quickly, nothing new to see and im annoyed i even dropped £3 on this....
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2 of 13 people (15%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 1
Well i found this game enjoyable up to the point where you had to do missions where you had to collect alcahol bottles. That's where the fun ends.

Would not reccommend.
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9.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 10
Drunken Robot Pornography - bringing bullet storms to the first person perspective.

You're fighting back the robot uprising, brought on by your own bartender. As far as the story is concerned, this is right up dejobaan's alley. This mixed in with the various "voicemails" makes for a humorous storyline, even if the premise of the game isnt too heavily focused on it.

Set in sky boston, and using lots of bright colours you might expect this game to be too garish to play, but I feel as if the developers got it just right.

This game played at a high framerate with mouse and keyboard gives it a really nice aesthetic. It almost seems like those multiplayer arena based shooters, except you're fighting with bullet storms rather than normal weaponry. Initially the whole bullet storm aspect threw me, as i've never come across that in 1st person mode, but in this game it works really well.

The individual level designs are, individually, very good. Each level is unique, as are the titans, and this adds a lot of variety to the game. I do have a slight complaint in that sometimes it feels as if you get a randomly difficult level placed between easier levels. I feel this kind of mucks up the difficulty progression in places.

This game has a great rap at the start, and throughout the game makes use of great royalty free music. The styles of music chosen seem to vary greatly between levels, but that doesn't bother me too much.

This game has a built in level and bot editor, with workshop integration. Mucking around with all the community creations is good as it will extend your playtime by quite a bit. Also, it's I think it's a great idea to have the weekly challenges (listed under "Robot Unicorn").

One major issue i have with this game is that the initial load time when you start the game is very long. Loading individual levels is fairly speedy, but initially it does seem quite slow.

Overall this is a very good game. Definitely worth a go if you've never tried a first person bullet storm game.
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1.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 9
It's a fast-paced bullet-hell FPS. If that sounds like something you might like, you'll love this.
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