Super Fighting Robot! Lazerman! Or, at least he was a super fighting robot, before those scientists separated him from his body. Now Lazerman is a "randomly destructive robot head" more than anything. However, if he bounces his head around the lab and grab all the boxes of parts, Lazerman is sure he can throw a torso and a couple of limbs together. And if the bouncing happens to eviscerate everything it its lasery path, well, that's a risk this robot is willing to take. Lazerman is a frenetic physics action title from NSBrotherhood that'll have your noggin careening all over the place.
Click once to launch yourself, and click and hold for a steady stream of acceleration. You're looking to really wreck the place, especially to get to the five boxes of parts to collect to complete each level. Smash a lot of stuff quickly, and the combo will launch you into turbo mode. Scientists will go down easy, but those guards, lasers, and bosses will sap your health, but by clicking the change icon or hitting the [spacebar], you'll transform into a floating orb of light. Orbs aren't good with smashing, but they are immune to damage. After 25 levels, you should finally find some body to be with.
Lazerman has you crashing around like a bull in a china-shop, and that's hard to not enjoy. Sometimes the action can be a little too fast to allow for much strategy, but when the brute-force approach is so fun, who can mind? The Itchy and Scratchy level cartoon violence is a bit of a surprise, but above all Lazerman gives a good dose of visceral thrills and just may prove to be a breakout hit for NSBrotherhood's growing body of work.