Each issue of RobCo Fun collected adds a unique holotape to the Sole Survivor's inventory. When used, the holotape plays a game based on a retro video game. The holotapes can be used at any time, provided they are in the Survivor's inventory, and can be played on either their Pip-Boy or on any terminal. Additionally, the holotape can also be used on the Fallout Pip-Boy mobile app.
|Holotape||RobCo #||Location||Location Description||Base ID||Magazine ID|
|Red Menace||Vault 111||Inside the cafeteria terminal, northeast area. No magazine, holotape only.||000e5082|
|Atomic Command||#01||Museum of Freedom||In the chamber above the front doors, where Preston is holed up, on Sturges' desk.||0006167b||00184da1|
|Pipfall||#08||Fort Hagen||Command Center - adjacent to Kellogg's terminal under a table, in the chamber where Kellogg is spoken to.||00072802||00184dc4|
|Zeta Invaders||#07||Valentine Detective Agency||On a desk, inside the Valentine’s Detective Agency located in Diamond City Market.||00072803||001c1418|
|Grognak & the Ruby Ruins||#12||Goodneighbor||In the Memory Den, in Amari's back room sitting on a cabinet in the distant corner.||000727fa||00184db2|
|fo4aut Automatron||Fort Hagen hangar||Inside in the Rust Devil gaming terminal in a room with beds and generators. No magazine, holotape only.||007b20|
|cut Captain Cosmos in "Jangles' Big Day"||#09||Didn't make it into the game. Only the holotape texture exists in the game files.|
- The RobCo Fun magazines' holotapes are an example of Mise en abyme, as the player is playing a game, within a game.
- Each RobCo Fun holotape is a reference to a real-life video game of the late 1970s–mid 1980s:
- Unlike most other magazines, RobCo Fun issues respawn and can be collected an indefinite amount of times.
- All of the magazines can be found in locations the player character will be directed to in the main story.
- The Pipfall magazine's cover character is wearing a "101" shirt underneath his jacket. This is a nod to Fallout 3, in which the Lone Wanderer grows up in Vault 101.
- The comic name and the fact it has a game inside it is a reference to Amiga Fun, a comic that gave away free games much like RobCo Fun does.