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Atari ST User
A great game that initially seems to be nearly impossible, but one that becomes easier with practice. It features brilliant graphics and addictive gameplay. I wasn't too keen on the music, but thankfully you can turn it off‘. Overall a worthwhile addition to your arcade collection and one to watch out for at Christmas.
The Games Machine (UK)
The Atari ST conversion of Raffaelle Cecco
's hit shoot-'em-up recreates all the gameplay elements that made the original Cybernoid such a great game. Visually it is identical to the Amiga conversion. One disappointment is that the game tends to be sluggish, particularly when there are a lot of moving elements on screen. Nevertheless, Cybernoid is one of the best shoot-'em-ups available.
Gegenüber den 8-Bit-Versionen wurde der Schwierigkeitsgrad von Cybernoid etwas entschärft. Für sehr gute Spieler wird das Programm deshalb etwas zu leicht sein. Grafisch zeigt
Cybernoid bunte und schnelle Sprites. Der
ST kommt bei zu vielen Objekten aus der
Puste und wird etwas langsamer.
There's more than enough game here, but it would have benefited from a higher difficulty level and either a save game option or a password entry system; repeatedly playing through the earlier screens does prove tiresome after a while.