First-person shooters have been on the rise for a few years now. With nearly every company having its own version, it is a welcome treat to see this company put a humorous spin on an otherwise overused genre. Cyberdillo does exactly that. The unique main character of this game is an armadillo that makes good use of the witty humor found throughout the game. On the downside, the problem with Cyberdillo is that the gameplay needs work.
Venturing through levels filled with mindless joke items, you shoot plunger weapons in order to defend yourself against such enemies as hairspray cans, robots and flying fish among many others. Special, more powerful weapons can also be located to dispatch tougher enemies more quickly. Don't despair if your health and shields begin to decrease as there are grasshoppers, ants and shield recharges to help you bring yourself back to normal.
There are 10 levels with four stages in each, giving you a total of over 40 levels to wander through, experiencing everything that the hero does. The maze-like levels have slight variations in the height of the floors, allowing you to climb up and over sloping ground, adding some variety to the stages.
Cyberdillo can best be described as a wacky version of Doom. Even the Options Screen has side-splitting humor in the adjustment bars. If all you are looking for in a game is to smirk at funny items and 70s flashbacks, Cyberdillo will bring you just that. If you are looking for more hardcore gameplay, you'd better look elsewhere.
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Have you ever wanted the chance to become an armadillo? Well. Cyberdillo lets you do just that. Cyberdillo is a first-person action game that arms you with plungers instead of guns. The enemies are cute-looking creatures that follow you through the rooms.
Cyberdillo looks rather weak visually, with large pixels and few colors. However, you might enjoy its zany theme. Think of it as a game along the lines of a no hopping Jumping Flash.
Does the idea of funky disco armadillos dancing the night away jn boogie shoes, while wandering through nightmarish Day-Glo corridors, shooting wandering cans of hairspray, UFOs, and lava lamps (deep breath...) sound like your cup of tea? Believe it or not, there is a game that mad--with your name on it.
Cyberdillo, developed by the funky folk at Pixel Entertainment is a kooky 3-D adventure through the wasteland of 70s pop-culture.Thou art a humble armadillo, wandering in the desert when a Cadillac comes along, hits you, and ruins your day. Instead of leaving you to die, you're brought to a lab and, like Steve Austin, you are built into something bigger, faster, and stronger. A Cyberdillo!.
The game's a 3-D adventure game similar to Killing Time, PO'ed, and Wolfenstein 3-D. You're armed initially with only a plunger gun, but as you make your way through the seven missions searching for esoteric items (wigs and bellbottoms are just two examples) you can find more powerful guns and eradicate the evil objets d'art which pursue you.