Cyberlords - Arcology FREE

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.3
17.3K reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

The citizens of the Asgard Arcology are terrorized by corporate security forces. Lead the Resistance and save the world from total surveillance!

FULL FEATURED & FREE (with ads)!

Features:
- Science fiction RPG
- Real-time combat with 4 team members
- Tactics mode: pause the action at any time
- 4 levels of difficulty
- Improve your skills with biomechanical augmentations
- Over 20 different weapons including blades, guns, grenades and mines
- Specialise your team members in stealth, combat or hacking skills
- Many achievements to hunt
- Simulated persistent world

It's the year 2173. The power of government is in decline and the world is controlled by gigantic megacorporations. People may have no political power, but they still have control over their own bodies. Powerful NanoGear implants grant superhuman abilities and transform bodies into deadly weapons. Lead your four-man team of augmented cyber-warriors on dangerous infiltration missions. Hack into camera systems and computer terminals, take over security robots and lure enemies into ambushes with mines and sentry guns. Stealth, clever tactics or brute force - the choice is yours, and remember: the future lies in your hands!

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Updated on
Dec 18, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

4.3
17.3K reviews
David Stedman
February 4, 2020
The only reason for the four stars is I can't zoom the camera in/out. Playing on a 10 inch tablet and while everything is visible, a zoom feature would be nice. The game lets you play with touch screen or keyboard. That is a huge plus. And pause for tactics is a nice bonus as well.
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Gill Sing
August 19, 2020
A bit cartoony, but very cyberpunk. Some people apparently finish it in a few hours, but I spent 12 hours on the first playthrough. Didn't encounter any bugs the first time, but the second and third time there were some. And it was annoying when I had to tap on a character and not on their portrait to access their abilities, because with no collision detection my four cyberpunks frequently bunched up and covered each other.
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Phony Phone
November 25, 2019
UI could be streamlined, it's a bit fidgety to get into the inventory (I'd prefer if it were on the lower-screen menu), and the planning option is kind of useless (if the enemies were more intelligent, maybe, but as it is, the best plan is to lure each enemy away one-by-one and attack them 4-on-1). Still a good game none-the-less.
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What's new

Fixed some resolution issues
Updated SDKs