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Publisher: Ocean     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1989

Box scan missing - can you help? Robocop Game music missing - can you help?
Genres : Action / Movie License
Programmer : Peter Johnson    

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There is a sequel to this game called Robocop 2

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Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-03-14 08:57:29
One of the better film converted games that I've played. A good platformer although the sequal is far better.
bazfan wrote ...2005-11-05 18:59:11
please put down your weapon, you have 20 seconds to comply!. Yeah right. What a pathetic game.
Mayor_Haggar wrote ...2004-09-20 00:20:35
ROBOCOP. He was made to be the future law enforcement but today, He should be today´s law enforcement because today is future from yesterday´s point of view, hehe! Theres no robocop watching over in your street but the game is alive.........I still play this ST version sometimes. Graphics are a bit smaller than the arcade version and the colour wasnt as brillant as the original onebut lets say this with no doubt............ROBOCOP is a jewel everybody who loves this 8th art called videogames should have in their own collection. I have got it and it will be with me forever :) Thanx OCEAN.
Keithygee wrote ...2004-07-18 15:07:13
I loved the arcade version of this game and i couldnt believe how similar this version was to it. i played it to death and completed it within a day, a bit too easy but you just had to keep going back to it. very addictive. why dont they make games like this anymore??
Selurtsirata wrote ...2003-09-23 21:15:06
Damm this game, my big brother found out a cheat for it and he had me clicking the mouse to keep his life up. Serve the public trust - my arse (great game though)
Wdll wrote ...2003-07-27 14:37:49
A good arcade game, one of the few that I liked enough to try to finish. After the 50th time its not that difficult. :-)
Kwong Wah wrote ...2002-05-03 16:47:10
I was hounded by my friends for not passing the first level for weeks. I dunno why but the copy I had only gave me one life to play the entire game with. I especially like the hostage levels where you had to line up the crosshairs to shoot your target. I decided to shoot the president of OCP just for fun in the end, I bet everyone else had done the same too! 8)
Andy Bailey wrote ...2002-02-28 04:52:55
The files on the original disks were accessible in GEM, and all the sprites were stored in .PI1 files (or possible .PC1). I spent hours with a friend of mine producing a custom copy with modified sprites :-)
Hyrax wrote ...2002-01-16 00:50:49
Good graphics and senseless violence. Oh yes
Haggar wrote ...2001-12-28 16:39:52
Well, talk about robocop is talk about one hit in movie an video game terms. This version for the atari st is pretty similar to the arcade in which it is based on so.what are you waiting for try it till dawn or.till night :D
Noor Gabriel Fawzi wrote ...2001-11-05 06:34:14
One of the few good movie games and better than the arcade original! Try it now! :)