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Brobocop
BrobocopPort
Name Brobocop
Parody of RoboCop/Officer Alex Murphy
Released 16 May 2013
Featured in Broforce Brototype, Broforce
SpawnResource Trigger brobocop
Blood Red
Weapon Auto-9
Special Targeting System
Melee Data Spike
Brobocop knife

Brobocop uses his melee

Brobocop is a playable character in the run and gun platform game Broforce,  He was added to the game with an update of the Broforce Brototype.

Brobocop is a parody of the fictional character RoboCop portrayed by Peter Weller in the Robocop film series. RoboCop is a cyborg built by the sinister corporation Omni Consumer Products from the corpse of Detroit Police Department officer Alex Murphy.

Gameplay

Attacks

Fire command: Auto-9

  • Brobocop can charge the pistol by holding the button.
  • To be fully charged is signaled by a sound and a moving read bar on the gun.
  • It will move progressively faster until it suddenly freezes and repeatedly flashes. Release the trigger for a barrage of bullets.
  • Charge duration: For the most powerful burst, wait for 3 seconds..
  • Damage: About 3 at long range and about 5 at point-blank.
  • Range: 12 blocks when uncharged and 10-15 blocks when fully charged.
  • Rate of Fire: Around 10 shots per second if uncharged, but at full charge several dozen shots are fired in a cone in less than a second.

Special command: Tracking Auto-9

  • A green reticule appears and by using arrow keys, Brobocop selects and targets enemies with a green cross, that targets anything it touches with a red square.
  • If the timer is up or an attack button is pressed, Brobocop fires a shot for each time an enemy is targeted, homing in on them and dealing damage to everything on the path.
  • Explosive barrels, bosses, propane tanks are subjects to targeting.
  • Brobocop remains still for the entire duration of the attack.
  • A single eligible target can be targeted multiple times, which results in multiple shots fired.
  • Ammunition: 3.
  • Damage: Around 3 at long range and around 5 at point-blank.
  • Range: Covers the whole screen and can be extended if the camera moves while the special is activated.
  • Timer: 5 seconds before expiring. However can be ended quicker with the special command. Consumed even if targeted nothing.

Melee command: Data Spike.

  • Does not knock the enemies back.
  • Uses stealth kill animation.
  • Damage: 7 damage per stab.
  • Range: 1 block. Brobocop can dash up to two blocks if an enemy is nearby.
  • Rate of Fire: About 4 stabs per second.

Attributes

  • Speed: 1 square per second
  • Jump: 4 squares high

Gallery

Trivia

  • According to a PxlByte interview he's based on Jarred's favorite action movie (Robocop 2) and actor (Peter Weller).
  • Robocop is also portrayed by Robert John Burke in Robocop 3 and Richard Eden in the TV series.
  • Robocop is also portrayed by Joel Kinnaman in a remake, but this bro is based on the original since he was playable before this movie release.
  • Robocop, in the movies, is generally interpretated with very slow and clunky movements; in Broforce, this is reflected in his very slow run speed。
    • However, his jump height is the same as the majority of other Bros.
  • Despite having significantly more weapons in the movies, in Broforce, Brobocop only has the Auto-9 and the data spike.
  • Despite him being highly resistant to damage in the films, this is not the case in-game due to balancing reasons like Brominator.


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