Abandonware DOS title


Robocop is an abandoned beat 'em up / run and gun shooter game developed and released by Data East in 1989 for a number of platforms, including DOS. Robocop is a conversion from an arcade game released by Data East in 1988 and it was based on the movie of the same name, Robocop, by Paul Verhoeven. Your goal is to get to the final boss by shooting all kinds of thugs across six levels.
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Main executable game file: robocop/robocop.com.

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Robocop review

The Rainbow Magazine (1990) - "RoboCop is an expert marksman. Just press your joystick and the impact of any one of your variety of weapons, including an Auto-9, machine gun and cobra gun, sends the scumbags flying up in the air before landing fiat on their backs. RoboCop can also punch the marbles out of yellow-haired karate kids and bald-headed brutes that are bigger than he is. You can hear the punches loud and clear.
It's all done in the name of justice, too. RoboCop is the good guy. Your mission is to make it past six levels of thugs, kidnappers, assassins and the powerful ED- 209 robot to do your final battle with Dick Jones, the ultimate crime king. The battle gets tougher as you climb through each stage."


Additional info about Robocop

Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard, joystick
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk
Also published for: Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Game Boy, MSX, NES, ZX Spectrum
Abandonware DOS views: 13441
Series: Robocop is part of the Robocop series.


  • King Faggot 03/03/2019 02:50
    For something that was released before Commander Keen, this game does a really good job at parallax-scrolling. However the sound blaster can get annoying after a while. If you want to play this, I suggest muting the game.
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