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 gryfon:  3 hrs 14 mins ago News News : Introducing "CyberSphere", a new OS4 game from GDG Entertainment
   posted by g0blin on 14-Jun-2021 21:34:19 (3478 reads)
After 3 years of development, GDG-Entertainment is proud to announce the release of the new game: CyberSphere.

Set in the near future and developing across a fictional city, its undergrounds and around Earth orbit, CyberSphere is an icon-driven game that mimics the old text adventures in a graphic way. Forget typing sentences to move, examine, observe or combine objects: use icons instead.

Loads of different locations are there for you to explore, all bearing a tribute to the cyberpunk genre together with TV shows, movies, animes and games of the '80ies and early '90ies. Enter the arcade and play an in-game retro game for some additional fun.

CyberSphere is now complete and in a very advanced stage of beta testing. It will be available for AmigaOS4, MorphOS, AROS, Windows, MacOS and Linux. It will sport a physical release thanks to the guys at Bitmap Soft.

The game is due by next August. Have fun!

Official WebSite: GDG-Entertainment
Twitter: g0blin70
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Official Trailer: YouTube
Game Preview: AmigaGuru
World Premiere Stream: AmigaBill

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Re: Introducing "CyberSphere", a new OS4 game from
Posted on 16-Jun-2021 14:51:33
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Like the in game a lot, wherry nice.

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Re: Introducing "CyberSphere", a new OS4 game from
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Thank you, mate. Very appreciated.

Also, following the community comments during last Sunday's stream by AmigaBill, we are currently redesigning the GUI to make it less intrusive. The new version will have all the "action icons" directly available on the left side, more "objects icons" displayed on the right side and a downsized "direction buttons" to give more free space to enjoy the graphics.

GDG Entertainment

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Looks really cool. I look forward to playing it.


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Looks good, I like it.

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Re: Introducing "CyberSphere", a new OS4 game from
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Glames / Boing Attitude :)

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