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The Awesome Adventures of Victor Vector & Yondo: The Cyberplasm Formula (Windows 3.x)

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One of a series of fully interactive comic book adventures for kids where you play as the heroic Victor Vector and his digital Saint-Bernard dog Yondo. They are field agents of The Museum of Fantastic Phenomena, and travel through time collecting unique items. In the games, the arch-villain Ram Axis, a virus spawned in the great crash of 2093, will often pop up in disguise in order to prevent their efforts. Players explore a virtual environment by clicking on the onscreen knobs and directional controls to move through the game. They click on images to talk to people, collect treasure and other items that may boost or diminish their energy level or are needed to solve puzzles. Information can also be retrieved from Yondo's data bank collar.

In this mission, it's personal! The heroic pair have to save the Curator of the Museum of Fantastic Phenomena who is a half-mechanical, half-living being that is running out of cyberplasm which it needs to live. You must journey into the 21st century where robots rule and recover the secret formula for creating cyberplasm. The game educates players on the history of robotics.

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  • "Victor Vector 4" -- Informal Name

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Scaryfun (11609) added The Awesome Adventures of Victor Vector & Yondo: The Cyberplasm Formula (Windows 3.x) on Feb 16, 2006
Other platforms contributed by Jeanne (75624)