Deepak Fights Robots For Free!


If you’re brilliant, you’ll remember Deepak Fights Robots, the frighteningly coloured platformer from the creator of RunMan, Tom Sennett. The sitar-funk-infused madness is reminiscent of Bubble Bobble, with the excellent inclusion of animal friends. And bestest of all, there’s now a slightly limited, ad-supported free web version, so you can play it now and there’s no excuse. (And the full, DRM-free version now costs only $5, half its original price.) Despite the extremely silly presentation, and shades-requiring graphics, there’s a good deal of depth to the game – it’s not just gimmicks but actually a worthy platformer too. It’s a huge pile of fun. Ensure you check out the video below.


  1. kregg says:

    I’m not brilliant :'(

  2. TailSwallower says:

    Such a fantastic game. Fuck dubstep, more games need Sitar Funk.

  3. Tusque D'Ivoire says:

    it was also covered in the artiicle just before this one, but who reads those, right john?

    • Hisui says:

      Yeah… I mean, come on. D:
      And even if it’s a super awesome game it’s silly to give it 2 articles in a row.

    • John Walker says:

      I had a friend staying for the weekend, and had to do Sunday Papers in the morning, and I’ve had Deepak open in a tab for a week waiting to write about it : (

    • rustybroomhandle says:

      And we shall have to hear about it a third time, for Johnnie Walker is triple distilled.

  4. Calabi says:

    I like it.

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    Bluerps says:

    There is some problem with this PC that causes the colors in youtube videos to be wrong (for example, white people have a deep blue skin). Normally this is annoying, but for this video it seems oddly appropriate.

  6. Phantoon says:

    Those ads are hilarious. They’re worse than Evony.

  7. Ayam says:

    Excellent game, I played through it twice; a lessthananhour thrill of a ride. While we may not agree on the most fun driving game, Mr Walker has kissed me by posting this up. MWAH right back atcha!

  8. RobF says:

    Such a wonderful game. I love every bit of it.

  9. deadpan says:

    Bubble Bollywood? Sure why not.

    Needs two player mode badly.