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DescriptionCyberlab is a maze game played from a first person perspective. In the game, a cyberlab is a futuristic tank that the player uses to make his way through the maze while combating various robots that roam the corridors. The screen is divided into two parts with the upper part showing a first person view of the maze while the lower part shows the dashboard which has a radar showing the player's movement as well as the energy reserves for the tank's engines, weapon and protective shield. While moving around the maze the player has three control options: shooting the canon and activating or deactivating shields. The objective is to move from the starting position on the left to the exit on the right side of the maze. The exit of the maze will then lead directly to the next level. There are nine levels and it's possible to start directly from any of the first five.
There are four different enemy robots that the player might come across: lasers, glupys, trans and magnetos. Lasers are common in all levels and will shoot the player as soon as they can unless the player shoots first. It's possible to run over them but then they might explode and destroying the player tank at the same time. To prevent this from happening the player can turn on his shield which protects from both shooting and explosions. Glupys and trans appear on level 2. The glupys drain the player's energy reserves when shot at while the trans can transport the player to a different place in the maze which might possibly lead to a dead end. Magnetos appear on level 3 and not only move faster than the lasers but can also destroy the player's radar screen.
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