Escape From CyberCity
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A somewhat butchered home version of an extremely rare 1987 Laserdisc-based arcade game called Freedom Fighter. Sadly, this version is missing lots of content and features from the original arcade version, has a smaller aiming reticle, and the animation also is far less smooth due to hardware limitations without the CD-i's Digital Video Cartridge. This unfortunately is the only current way to play the game in any form outside of the few arcade machines left, as neither the dedicated or conversion/prototype versions are yet emulated.
ESCAPE FROM CYBERCITY is the first CD-Interactive action adventure to utilize full cel-animation, giving the player the feel of starring in a fast action motion picture. This beutifully animated production features a powerful and ambitious soundtrack and complete interactive play.
A description of the game, stored inside the file Abstract.
Escape from CyberCity(R) Colin Andrews...........Technical Designer Lead Software Engineer Ben Jacobs..............Software Engineer Animation/Sound Adaptation Kelly Jones.............Technical Director Garry Hare..............Producer Mark Van Langeveld......Title/Credit Sequence Design & Graphics ----- CyberCity Theme ----- Ben 'Jacobs' Jacobs.....Composer/Producer Joe Diehl...............Electric & Acustic Guitar Nicolas Peck............Engineer Recorded at Perceptive Productions Mill Valley, California ------------------------------------------------------ A FATHOM PICTURES, INC. PRODUCTION
Credits for the game, stored in the file Bibliography.
Escape From CyberCity(R) (C) 1992 Toei Animation Co., Ltd. Produced by Fathom Pictures, Inc in association with Philips Interactive Media of America. Based upon the films 'Galaxy Express 999' and 'Adieu Galaxy Express' produced by Toei Animation Co., Ltd.
This text can be found in the file Copyright.