In the world of Drones, The Human Condition, robots have been built to keep the planet safe. Shame is, the people who built the robots are somewhat threatening, what with their wasting of the planet's resources, so, in accordance with the robots' programming, they attack the enemy. Who just happens to be humans.

So humans could use a little bit of help right now.

Drones, The Human Condition offers twin-stick shooty action across thirteen levels. You've got five weapons you can use on those delightful robots, but you've only got five credits to live off of as you survive their onslaught. The game does save your progress, though, so if you need a break from dealing with hostile programming, you can feel free to leave and come back.

And maybe if you live through it all, you'll find out the secrets of the drones. Although those may be buried much, much deeper in the game than you might expect.

Drones, The Human Condition is available for $2.99 on Steam. For more information on the game and developer Ninja in a Tux, you can head to the developer's site or follow them on Facebook and YouTube.