Build Titans For Drunken Robot Pornography

Space spiders are the worst of all the spiders
I’ll bet there’s a fair few of you who now think I have aphasia. I do not, although sometimes when I read back what I’ve written here I realise it would be a good excuse. Nope, Drunken Robot Pornography is merely an experimental game from those mother troublers at Dejobaan Games. Which would make Titans… let me check, ah yes: bosses for what appears to be a first-person shooter that I totally missed that they were making. It’s looking typically untypical: a strobing, orbital battle against giant destructible bosses, using weapons with stackable power-ups. The final part of the puzzle, the building of these giant, gentle creatures, is something you can play around with: Dejobaan have released an editor online to let you build and destroy your own Titan. The best will win a prize. I have video of how to do it below.

This is the tool in question, and this is the tool in action.

The best Titan, as judged by the tingly feeling Dejobaan get upon looking at it, will win a complete pack of their games on Steam. Not bad for putting some cubes next to a sphere and calling it “The Glorgariser”.

And now some general game footage, to demonstrate a Titan in action.

I’m going to let Dejobaan introduce the next part, because their words are fiiiiiine.

In the next video, Elliot faces off with the Master Control Program Titan. Each time it loses 25% of health, it shoots off a metric ton of missiles. It’s protected by impenetrable rotating shields, a quartet of laser dishes, and a regenerating, spinning cube wall. In short, it is the new standard for safety in our public schools.

Well, I think that about wraps it up for games. Just down tools and let Dejobaan polish this, there’s nowhere else to go.


  1. InternetBatman says:

    This game looks uninteresting, but I’ve loved every Dejobaan game I’ve played.

  2. Eukatheude says:

    The backgrounds and the fonts remind me too much of Beat Hazard

  3. icupnimpn2 says:

    The guys are really getting some mileage out of their simple geometry rendering technology. Kinda hate the name this time tho.

  4. jrod says:

    Game looks like it was made with a potato.

  5. dejobaan says:

    This game looks uninteresting, but I’ve loved every Dejobaan game I’ve played.

    This is prototype-city right now, so we’ll keep working to make it the most exciting game you’ve ever seen. :) The high concept is presently “A jetpack FPS where you design and build giant robots to help you fight swarms of enemies like unto an ’80s arcade game.”

    The backgrounds and the fonts remind me too much of Beat Hazard

    To build the prototype, Elliot actually grabbed all the assets from our 2004 title, Inago Rage. We’re still experimenting with aesthetics, and are moving in this direction: link to

    Kinda hate the name this time tho.

    Yeah, some people like it; some people really hate it. :)

    Game looks like it was made with a potato.

    That’s never been more or less true than today it is.

    • Ruffian says:

      +10 pts to Dejobaan, for a quick, thorough, and mature response.

    • Bassem says:

      I instantly recognised the look of Inago Rage, my favourite DDejobaan game. I’d only played the demo and absolutely loved it. Why can’t I find it for sale on your website? I will pay for it! Why don’t you want my money :(

  6. vrittis says:

    I thought it was a Rez-like screenshot at first. I’m definitely getting a Rez-ian vibe from the third movie; should be interesting. But i’d lose the diamond shapes, they didn’t feel right to me.

  7. BitterAlmond says:

    Looks like Quake and Rez made a baby. If it has half as much charm and humour as AAAAaaaaaa! (and, judging by the ridiculous title, it will) then I’ll definitely pick up a copy.

  8. KDR_11k says:

    Sounds like Warning Forever as an FPS.

  9. Doctor Nil says:


    Does this indicate that there will there be a retro “Pro Wrestling” minigame?