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Publisher: Hewson     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1988

Box scan missing - can you help? Cybernoid Click here to listen to the music from Cybernoid on-line
Genres : Shoot-em-up
Artist : Tony West     Artist : Stephen Robertson     Programmer : Tony Cooper    

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# 2 - Nov 88
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# 7 - Nov 88
There is a sequel to this game called Cybernoid 2

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RetroGamingGeek wrote ...2007-03-28 17:13:30
I very well remember playing that game at my house one night, with "bad" timing, some of my relatives showed up at my house to visit. And I thuoght my mom would have gotten angry at me for playing it when other people were here because of my game-obsession, but I don't remember if she did. I managed to get past screen 5 or 6.
doctor shred wrote ...2007-03-15 10:25:02
Every version of this game I've played is so hard! It's a great game but I've never managed to get past the first four or five screens.
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-02-18 00:34:29
I have so many memories of Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine. I used to watch my big brother Andy play this game on the Atari ST computer back in 1989. I remember how mad he got at this game. He also made me laugh when he pretended to cry. It was too hard for him. I guess the more times he played it, he got better at it. I even tried the game myself when I had the chance and when I was little I could only make it to level two and died right away. Since I got the chance to play this game again, I did so well on it that I was able to reach level 5 and died. I am still getting better at it. Once I tried out the sequal, I realized that it was harder and more challenging than the first one. I miss those days going to school and coming home to play on the Atari ST computer. Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine can be found on Automation compact disk 17.
Tomasz wrote ...2002-02-16 20:39:06
Yup, this game is really a must-have! I don't understand the low estimation of The One....
Matthias Arndt wrote ...2001-11-05 07:33:17
This game is very good. It has well drawm graphcis and a terrifc gameplay: collect treasures and shoot your way through a cave full of enemies. You have several weapons available that help you on your mission - go get it!