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Now that 2012 is here, bringing with it the impending doom of modern civilization under the talons of Quetzcoatl, let us look back fondly on our foolish visions of how the world might have ended. One of my personal favorite apocalyptic theories concerns the robot uprising. And wouldn't you know it, Shoot Many Robots is here just in time to remind us of what a...

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December Games with Gold freebies are Gears of War, Shoot Many Robots

Microsoft's Games with Gold program closes out 2013 with muscly shooter Gears of War (nope, no numbers at the end of that) and co-op run-and-gunner Shoot Many Robots. That means Gold members on Xbox 360 can download Gears of War for free between the 1st and 15th of December, then they can disembark...

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Shoot Many Robots available now on Android, coming soon to iOS

Demiurge Studios' Shoot Many Robots has gone mobile in an "endless gunner," with the battle against the chainsaw-wielding little jerks available now for free on Android devices. The iOS release will blast away in the "near future." "It's a simple, pick-up-and-play kind of game with unique features...

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Shoot Many Robots: Arena Kings is a standalone F2P competitive shooter

Self-explanatory action game Shoot Many Robots is branching out. Developer Demiurge Studios has announced Shoot Many Robots: Arena Kings, a brand new free-to-play title for PC. Arena Kings is a competitive 2D shooter, casting players as kings that "murder each other to collect their crowns, and...

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Disasterpeace makes music out of many robots being shot

The soundtrack for Shoot Many Robots is a blues-infused rock compilation that sets the perfect tone for riding off into the desert sunset, entering a room dramatically, driving around the city at night with your sunglasses on and, yes, shooting many robots. This melodic amalgamation was thrown...

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Shoot Many Robots through Steam April 6

Shoot Many Robots will be downloadable as a prime directive for humans using personal computers on April 6. Demiurge's co-op shoot-every-metal-thing-that-moves title will be available for $10, with an option to buy three copies of the game and receive the fourth for free. Steam-specific bonuses...

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Shoot Many Robots dev holding 'Control Scheme Throwdown' at PAX East

Shoot Many Robots developer Demiurge will host a "Control Scheme Throwdown" at the upcoming PAX East. The throwdown is in response to feedback the studio received, which CEO Al Reed detailed in a blog post, arguing the merits of a twin-stick control scheme for the game over the single-stick method...

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Shoot Many Robots boots up launch media

If the title of Shoot Many Robots didn't make it expressly clear what the point of the game is, Demiurge has provided a video and some screens for the game's launch that will help those of you still not catching on. Let us know if you still have any questions....

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PSN releases: Journey, Shoot Many Robots, Warp

Several high-profile downloadable titles hit the PSN this week, with Journey being the can't-miss experience from thatgamecompany. Our Jordan Mallory was smitten by Journey, calling it a "beautiful, evocative and unequivocally transcendental experience." He may have used such words to describe a...

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Shoot Many Robots review: Robocalypse now

Now that 2012 is here, bringing with it the impending doom of modern civilization under the talons of Quetzcoatl, let us look back fondly on our foolish visions of how the world might have ended. One of my personal favorite apocalyptic theories concerns the robot uprising. And wouldn't you know it,...

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Shoot Many Robots starting March 13

Your pathological hatred of robots will finally have an outlet on March 13, when Ubisoft and Demiurge Studios release Shoot Many Robots on PSN for $10. An XBLA version follows the next day. The previously announced PC version was not mentioned in the press release -- but it'll be later, because...

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