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Cyber Protocol's escape-the-maze puzzles are easy to grasp but quickly ramp up the difficulty with frequent twists and new mechanics. This neon-bathed, synth-scored puzzler offers both single-player and multiplayer modes and an absolute mountain of levels. It would be easy to dismiss Cyber Protocol as style over substance, but with this much style, that's not entirely a bad thing.
If you like a puzzle game where patterns and timing are critical, then you will like Cyber Protocol. With 100 levels to keep you busy for many hours, it's a pretty good value for the money (especially at the sale price of $2.99 at the time this was published). If puzzle games with picky timing and perfect patterns frustrate you, however, then you may want to keep looking. You've almost reached your decision gate and I can't spare you any more time. End of line.
Very few indie games manage to create so much out of such a simple premise yet Cyber Protocol does and it's a super-fun experience.
Cyber Protocol is an entertaining game with a good soundtrack, clever level design, and long-lasting fun, both solo and co-op. The aesthetics and the type of game is very good if you like puzzle games that mix action, speed, lights, all in Cyberpunk key. I wish that in the end it would have had more variety, but we are going that for 6 euros it is like being in an arcade for hours with a game that has all the spirit of the old days plus some visuals full of colors and lights that make you feel in that past . For this, and for the good taste that this simple title allows to play, I can only recommend it and hope that some of you are encouraged to buy it.
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Cyber Protocol is an incredibly entertaining Cyberpunk style game that I recommend you try out. The arcade-like gameplay is very fun and there’s tons of content, between the game’s 100 missions and unlockable content. The implementation of online leaderboards was also a great addition so you can compete with others online. I did get a bit frustrated with some of the more difficult levels, however, they didn’t ruin my experience. Throw in the 4-player local play, killer tunes, and unlockable avatars and you have a really great Nintendo Switch exclusive that’s worth your time.