Glu has just pushed RoboCop in Play Store this morning. RoboCop is an upcoming Hollywood Action movie, that is dubbed by Glu, the people behind famous Frontline Commando, Deer Hunter and other games. The movie surely packs up action, thriller and lots of amazing stunts but the game packs a little extra action that will just make this game addictive for you to play.
So basically the theme of RoboCop is simple, as the name suggests it’s a Robot who is a Cop. You got to save the civilian hostages from the enemies, shoot them down, use drone strikes, save yourself from snipers, bring down the robotic enemies. You can use a scanner to find week points of your enemies.
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
We’ve just got our hands on the APK and have embed the direct download link here. In case you can’t find the game in play store or the game isn’t appearing in the play store at your end, you may download it from here and play the it for as long as you want.
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