Welcome to the official game of RoboCop the movie.
In 2028 Detroit, when Alex Murphy, a loving husband, father and good cop is critically injured in the line of duty, the multinational conglomerate OmniCorp sees their chance for a part-man, part-robot police officer.

Join the OmniCorp program to become RoboCop, the ultimate law enforcement officer! Battle human crooks, robot enemies and learn how to defend the citizens from the corrupt streets of Detroit.

Start your training now!

Shoot your way through console-quality training simulations
Use drone strikes to take out large groups of enemies
Save human hostages and capture informants
Battle aggressive robot enemies from the film, like the EM-208 and the ED-209
Upgrade your weapons and robotic suit to the latest technology that OmniCorp has to offer
Scan your targets with body heat vision to find their location and weak points

ROBOCOP (2014) © 2013 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. & Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. ROBOCOP is a trademark of Orion Pictures Corporation. © 2013 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.

- This game is free to play, but you can choose to pay real money for some extra items, which will charge your iTunes account. You can disable in-app purchasing by adjusting your device settings.
- Please buy carefully.
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- This game permits users to interact with one another (eg. chat rooms, player to player chat, messaging). Linking to social networking sites are not intended for persons under age 13.
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01-08-2014, 05:59 PM
It's alright in a frontline commando epoch style. The graphics are nice and it's Robocop. And it's free it'll be fun until you can't get any further without paying! If it was a proper walk through the city shoot em up it would be worth buying it as it is it's free and it'll pass some time.
01-08-2014, 06:07 PM
Originally Posted by Gov View Post
The only Glu game I likes was - Stranded: The Mystery of time. But it is need of a serious update.
I liked Space Monkey but that hasn't been updated in nearly 5 years so that's dead, was a sweet game though.

01-08-2014, 07:50 PM
Originally Posted by Gov View Post
What wrong with Glu Games?
they made some of the best games out there but notorious for their outrageous in app purchase , I don't mind paying a few dollars / $2x , but their in app purchase usually cost around $50-$100 usd if u really need to make progress and go through the game
01-09-2014, 01:27 AM
Got this yesterday. Is hideously juddery on an ipad2. Not a great game, very much like epoch, which did it better....
01-09-2014, 04:22 AM
Originally Posted by tubaros View Post
Got this yesterday. Is hideously juddery on an ipad2. Not a great game, very much like epoch, which did it better....
On the contrary, the game runs damn-near flawlessly on my iPad2; the game seems to use 100-150MB+ RAM, but I'm running 5.1.1, so no problems here.

Since my most recent post about this game, I have this to add:

After playing for 3+ hours yesterday and 3+ hours today (not counting STAMINA recharge wait time), I finally was able to grind through Tier 1 without spending any real money. That being said, the Breakthrough Node system should be either fixed to a 50:50 ratio without the need for nodes (success chance increaser) or removed completely because the payout for missions is too damn low to compensate for a failed Breakthrough Node attempt especially with this game's incessant demand for upgrading almost after every completed mission.

Also, unfortunately the OCP and Escalation missions are one-timers; once completed, there's no going back (even to the last mission). Challenge and Daily missions are always available though. If you're patient enough, you can continue to grind the Tier 1 'HARD' Challenge for $800 every 45secs when you reach Tier 2....just keep grinding cash and watching videos for gold to progress through Tier 2, which is brutal, but possible.
01-09-2014, 04:32 AM
Pretty cool game, should have played it earlier. Too bad it has wait timers. Has some cool graphics, reminds me somewhat of Epoch.
01-10-2014, 09:43 PM
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Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
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Originally Posted by kaibosh View Post
I loaded this game up, it is a hodgepodge mess of unfinished parts which is unfortunate because 'Epoch with aiming' is a great genre to exploit. The graphics are really, really good and you can tell a LOT of work has been put into all the various UI and art assets, but... The way they drunkenly lead you through clumsy menus and such feels like a game that was abandoned when it ran out of money. The sound is quite muted and dull, some of the animation (like when Robocop runs) really needs a once-over, but the actual aiming from cover and using various power ups is quite fun and very different from the static 'choices' in Epoch.

I don't see good things happening for this game, unless they are going to be putting in a lot more hours. It feels like it could be a fun romp if they cleaned it up and kept the action flowing. Some of these IAP disasters just fall apart when they start the game by leading you around by a nose ring and force you to just upgrade and upgrade and hurry and finish and... Yeah, we get it - let the game stand for itself already. There is a way to do IAP right, but forcing it so hard just ruins the game from minute one.
Wait what? Epoch is way better than this. There more choice in epoch, a better upgrading system, and there also isn't a giant paywall...

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