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Burn:Cycle (Macintosh)

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Advertising Blurbs

Print advertisement - PC Player 11/1995:
    Der erste

    spiel-FILM

    Interactive CyberPunk-Movie

    BURN : CYCLE

    400 Storyboards tick über 100 Live Action Sequenzen tick 253 interaktive Ansichten tick vier verschiedene Shooting Spiele tick Musik von Simon Buswell tick sechs Hauptrollen tick 20 interaktive Spiele tick 14 Tage Drehzeit in professionellen Studios

    click Du bist im Jahr 2063 und Du bist Sol Cutter click jemand hat Dir den Computer Virus Burn:Cycle im Kopf installiert click in zwei Stunden wird der Virus Dein Hirn zerstören click Du mußt den Doc finden, der weiß wie Du zu retten bist click benutz Dein Gehirn - solange Du es noch gebrauchen kannst click beeil Dich, denn Deine Zeit ist bald abgelaufen click in Amerika und England zu einem der besten CD-Titel gewählt click die Vision des Cyberspace ist Realität click komplett in Deutsch

    Erhältlich ab Freitag, den 13. Oktober '95

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (116364) on Apr 06, 2010.

Back of Box - Windows 3.1/95 & Mac (US):
    Use your brain or lose your mind.

    The original cinematic adventure game, where engrossing game-play meets Blade Runner-style cinematic action. Plunge into this surrealistic world where dozens of characters compel you through mind-expanding challenges, and one shocking conclusion.

    Contributed by Multimedia Mike (17493) on Aug 13, 2006.

january 1995 Computer Gaming World magazine ad.:
    It's not just a game.

    It's an infection.

    BURN:CYCLE

    >Your name: Sol Cutter. Occupation: data thief. The bad news is you've just downloaded a particularly repugnant little cyber-virus called "Burn:Cycle" into your skull. You have exactly two hours to find Doc and rid yourself of this binary bacteria before your head explodes and you end up decorating the entire room with your cerebellum.

    And the good news? Gray matter doesn't stain.

    Contributed by Zovni (9350) on May 02, 2001.