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MissionForce: CyberStorm is a mission filled, turn-based strategy game in which you control and customize genetically engineered Bioderms (clone-like entities designed from Basic Genetic Matrix (BGM) DNA from former human heroes) that are then linked to Herculean (Hercs) fighting machines. Your mission is to encounter and destroy Cybrids in a quest for planet supremacy, resources and various mission objectives.
You have twenty possible Bioderms to choose from, each individually rated with life, health, stability and toxin levels as well as eight different skills. You train your Bioderms at the Virtual Reality Enhancement Center to build skills in weapon usage, piloting and command. Six main weapon categories are available with nearly seventy individual weapons: Energy (14), Missile (14), Cannon (13), Plasma (9), Electron Flux, or, ELF (6), and Advanced Tech (13).
There are eight models of Hercs (Giant, Demon, Sensei, Reaper, Ogre, Juggernaut, Remora and Shadow) and eight models of Cybrids (Specter, Parasite, Cerebrus, Arachnus, Genocite, Malignus, Hades and Nihilus), each with huge arrays of armor and weaponry capabilities. Hercs and Cybrids are made up of a myriad of individually rated components (devices) such as chassis, armor, battery, drive systems, life-support, limbs (legs), reactors, sensors, shields, targeting computers and weapons.
The Windows 95 version of MissionForce: CyberStorm, contains an on-line manual that uses basic text formats and an Excel spreadsheet (weapons) for guidance and supports multiplayer modes, including the Sierra Internet Gaming System. ~ Michael L. House, All Game Guide