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Cybergenic Ranger is a side-scrolling shoot'em up arcade game where you must shoot your way to success. You have to explore 7 different planets to collect some pods and discover the secret of the "7th Planet".


CyberGenic Ranger: Secret of the Seventh Planet DOS Watch out! Try to avoid the fire emerging from the ground and keep moving to reach the cave where a giant snake awaits you!
CyberGenic Ranger: Secret of the Seventh Planet DOS 6th planet info - home of the giant snake
CyberGenic Ranger: Secret of the Seventh Planet DOS Kill the blue creatures while avoiding the pink tornado baddies to collect gifts
CyberGenic Ranger: Secret of the Seventh Planet DOS 'Beam me down to the 3rd planet Mr. Scott'

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All the production values of a B-movie, but without any of the cheezy fun. Trixter (8776) 0.5 Stars0.5 Stars0.5 Stars0.5 Stars0.5 Stars

Critic Reviews

Dragon Oct, 1991 1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars 20
Computer Gaming World (CGW) Sep, 1991 Unscored Unscored


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The credits refer to someone producing "gastronomical sound effects". This is a reference to the person who provided the "burp" sound in the game.


Was programmed in Turbo C++ using the Genus PCX Programmers Toolkit. Also used RealSound for all sound.


The HINTS.BAT file contains the too-easy hint "Find Letters Around The Hints, Each Abbreviates Down". This refers to a file named FLATHEAD included with the game, which lists hints, tips, and cheats.


The very first intro screen is a montage of Jupiter and the Galilean satellites, Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. All images were photographed by Voyager 1 spacecraft. You can find the original hi-res image at the NASA website. The image 'ID's are P-21631C, 79-HC-256. Most of the planets you visit in this game are in fact, Jupiter itself and some of its moons. Information also contributed by Coltrane
rcoltrane (1345) added CyberGenic Ranger: Secret of the Seventh Planet (DOS) on Apr 08, 2000