Quantcast
Spend the weekend dying in Give Up, Robot 2 - Destructoid

DestructoidJapanatorTomopopFlixist



Spend the weekend dying in Give Up, Robot 2


6:00 PM on 09.17.2010
Spend the weekend dying in Give Up, Robot 2 photo



It's no secret that I adore Give Up, Robot. When I heard earlier today that Matt Thorson was back with a sequel, I naturally freaked out -- both because this follow-up is quite good and "Oh no, I have way too much going on right now to spend the entire day dying in some flash game!"

Give Up, Robot 2 builds upon the awesome grapple hook foundation using stuff like boss battles and random objects with smiling faces; think Yoshi's Island with one-hundred percent less crying babies. You owe it to yourself to play this game. Death has never felt so good.

Click here to lose the rest of your evening.

[Thanks, Tray]






Comments not appearing? Anti-virus apps like Avast or some browser extensions can cause this.
Easy fix: Add   [*].disqus.com   to your software's white list. Tada! Happy comments time again.

Did you know? You can now get daily or weekly email notifications when humans reply to your comments.








Win your choice of console from Destructoid! in Destructoid's Hangs on LockerDome

Indie

8:00 PM on 08.20.2014
Super III is worth a look for fans of Super Meat Boy

Games like Super III remind me that, no, I haven't had enough pixel-art platformers yet and probably never will. As you'll see in the video above or .gifs on Kickstarter, the main mechanic here is protagonist III's ability t...more



7:30 PM on 08.20.2014
Zenzizenzic now being published by Adult Swim Games

Making a case yet again as to why it's one of the most awesome publishers around, Adult Swim Games will be publishing the frenetic twin-stick shooter Zenzizenzic. After the game completed a successful Kickstarter campaign, Du...more



12:00 PM on 08.20.2014
Review: CounterSpy

CounterSpy's stylized Cold War re-imagining is on point. It looks good, with its spindly spy running, rolling, and leaping like a jumping spider. It sounds good, with its jazzy soundtrack that reminds of James Bond.  Unfortunately, the rest of it feels half-baked. more



View all Indie






Back to Top




All content is yours to recycle through our Creative Commons License permitting non-commercial sharing requiring attribution. Our communities are obsessed with videoGames, movies, anime, and toys.

Living the dream since March 16, 2006

Advertising on destructoid is available: Please contact them to learn more