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Cybernoid: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Cybernoid
Alternate name: Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine
Characteristics: Maze Shoot'em'up
Publishers: Acclaim, Hewson
Developers: Hewson, ID2
Original/port composers: Gary Knight (Amiga), Jeroen Tel (C64), J. Dave Rogers (Spectrum)
Platforms:
Nintendo Ent. System - United States
Amiga (1988) - Europe
Commodore 64/128 (1988) - Europe
Atari ST (1988) - Europe
Amstrad CPC (1988) - Europe
ZX Spectrum 48/128 (1988)

Music info

Released: 1988
Related Plaform: Commodore 64/128
Format: Commodore 64 music (SID)
Composer of these tunes: Jeroen Tel
Source / Archiver / Ripper: HVSC
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Complete: 100%
Size of archive: less than 50 KBytes

User reviews

  • "amazing..." (by Hellion, 28 Aug 2004) [9/10]
    İ don't know amiga version but 64 version game music is great all time i ever seen after last ninja series...

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Record created/updated: 3. October 2002.
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