BackgroundBumpy Trot kicks off with the notion that among the many advances of the Industrial Revolution in Europe -- along with things like smog, assembly lines, and 72-hour work weeks -- was the development of humanoid worker robots. Called "trot vehicles" -- because of their bouncy, trotting gait -- these modular, customizable working 'bots revolutionized labor, but also led to new innovations in violence and crime (it's Patlabor 1889, kinda). Small ones are powered by internal combustion engines, while bigger models use steam power to get around.
- "Sandbox" style gameplay offers a fantastic non-linear action adventure! Make your living playing in a band, farming, or even as a Trotmobile arena fighter. The choice is yours!
- Customize your gameplay experience! Buy parts to pimp out your Trotmobile!
- Play music in your own band! Earn money by learning to play different instruments on busy street corners!
- Battle over land, sea, and air in your Trotmobile! Fight a multitude of enemies and gigantic boss mechs against overwhelming odds!
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- Genre: Mech Based Action (PS2)
- Theme(s): Mechs/Bionics
- Perspective(s): Third Person
- Developer: Irem Software Engineering, Inc.
- Publisher: Irem Software Engineering, Inc.
Released North America May 23, 2006 Japan Jun 30, 2005
- Also known as:
- Ponkotsu Roman Daikatsugeki Bumpy Trot in Japan