Summary: Ahh, Shoot Many Robots! How I adore thee! Your title is evocative of all the things that make you, you--shooting, robots, and...many. So. Many. Robots. In all seriousness, I had a blast with SMR.
Summary: Shoot Many Robots is a side scrolling shoot-em-up that is quite fun to play with friends despite not doing anything particularly new. Waves of enemies (in this case, as the title suggests, various types or robots) are thrown at the player as they travel from left to right.
Summary: As soon as you start the game and reach the main menu you are greeted by what I can only describe as the funkiest country/blues riff I have heard for a while. Personally for me this is a very good start and admittedly I probably spent far too long sat there listening to it.
Summary: Shoot Many Robots is a great game for coop and can be a lot of fun. But the game is too monotone, boring and has no worth to play again. Sure it is cool, to destroy the enemies with your customized weapons, but there are better sindescrollers with more humor amd better gameplay.
Summary: This would be a fun game if it supported local local co-op mode, also if it had controller support. Yes, it is a PC game, having controller support for Steam's big picture mode would have made this game a must have.
Summary: Good game but gamepad not supports. I bought this game but could not play it. I am very saddened. I'll have to buy a version for Xbox 360. 0 of 10. Last time I prepurchase anything for PC from Demiurge Studios.
Summary: Indie games can be great and this game is an example. Consider it's low price-tag this game is amazing. I had more fun with this game then with many of the so called AAA games of late. This game is best when you play it with a friend. It's basically just a point and shoot game.
Summary: At last, Ubisoft see the light!!! NO more Uplay or DRM... Good riddace!!!...... Only annoying thing (nothing can be perfect) is a Facebook gimmick when you start the game for the first time: It opens a browser and ask you to log your Facebook account, and accept a program for Leaderboard and finding...
Summary: While this game doesn't have the same addictive factor as games such as Dungeon Defenders or Torchlight Solo play gets a bit stale quickly though. Nevertheless it's still a worthy addition for a few hours of mindless fun provided you sit through it with friends.