Dejobaan Games embraces bullet hell, previews Drunken Robot Pornography at PAX Prime '12

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A massive, angry robot fires banks of lasers at an orphanage, slicing it apart to the horror of thousands of onlookers. You emerge from the wreckage on your jetpack, and blast at its weak points, breaking it apart like you're dismembering a boiled lobster. The hobbled robot regards with you mournfully with a single, giant red eye before you fire the killing shot, sending the crowd into a frenzy. This gladiatorial event would make the great Caesar weep, had he lived in a floating arcology miles above Boston.

It's Drunken Robot Pornography (DRP), an upcoming PC FPS. Dejobaan's offering a sneak peek at PAX Prime 2012, and has screenshots and more up at www.dejobaan.com/drunken.

When you're done playing the hero, use pieces of your opponent's shattered body to fashion your own multistory monstrosities, and unleash them on other players. Start with a skeleton of titanium girders, then mount pulse cannons and shielding over hard points. Add actuators so your Titan can flex its arms or tentacles, and jets for locomotion. Pick your materials carefully -- an aluminum finish may be pretty, but graphene armor will better withstand attack. Then choose between ethanol, methanol, and isopropanol to temper its personality.

Screenshots are up at www.dejobaan.com/drunken, and a fancy-pants new build at PAX Prime 2012 as part of the Indie MEGABOOTH. We're excited!

ABOUT DEJOBAAN: Dejobaan Games, LLC is a Boston, MA indie studio best known for its award-winning AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAA!!! -- A Reckless Disregard for Gravity. The team's currently working on its 14th, 15th, and 16th titles.

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