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Cytron Masters

DOS - 1982

Year 1982
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Action, Strategy
Theme Real-Time, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher Strategic Simulations, Inc.
Perspective Top-Down
3.6 / 5 - 5 votes

Description of Cytron Masters

Designer extraordinaire Dani (nee Dan) Bunten's third game for SSI is Cytron Masters, a fun futuristic 2-player strategy game that not only pushes the Apple II's hardware to its limits, but also is one of the first truly playable real-time games.

Two players battle it out in a battlefield, testing their wits and quick decisions against another. The computer player is also included, but its low intelligence makes this game fun against real humans only. Overall, another classic Dani Bunten game that may not stand the test of time as well as M.U.L.E., but is still an amazing feat of programming in its own right. Too bad a PC version of this was never released.

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Kyle 2020-07-31 0 point

Where's the apple version? That one was far better than the Atari and IBM versions.

filmfan41 2020-06-13 0 point DOS version

Havent got it to work yet,
BUT I got an apple emulator to claim it was trying to startup , so that Seems like progress. has anyone gotten ti working?

Euergetes 2019-09-17 0 point

This is an Apple installation, not DOS. There apparently is none for DOS for this game. The link is incorrect as shown on this page.

Weltschmerz 2018-01-26 0 point

Truly ahead of its time.

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