Baden of WolfsGamingBlog writes: "Games these days are intricate beasts. They can make us think about our values, challenge our morals, tell fantastic tales and amaze us with layers upon layers of complex gameplay mechanics and things to do. The likes of Mass Effect with its deep characterization and stunningly detailed galaxy are a far cry from the days when we just controlled a ship at the bottom of a screen and shot down incoming alien bastards for absolutely no other reason than because that’s just what you did! So in many ways Shoot Many Robots is a bit of an oddity in today’s world, because it does exactly what it says on the tin and makes no apologies for it. More power to it, I say."