Cybermorph - Atari Jaguar




The Galactic War has begun, and the ultimate weapon has been created: robotic technologies that can rebuild themselves. As the evil Pernitia Empire adds planet after planet to its growing empire, their regenerative technology becomes permanently entrenched.

Fortunately, your forces had new weapons designed...unfortunately, they were seized by the enemy. The weapons, along with supplies and information, were sealed into pods. Some of the key designers were cryogenically suspended and put into the pods as well.


You have been assigned to pilot the only prototype fighter craft in existence: the Cybermorph Transmogriffon, or T-Griffon, a morphing attack craft. Although usable only in planetary atmospheres, it can be transported between worlds by intersolar cruisers, and has its own re-entry and retrieval systems.

The T-Griffon can follow terrain extremely close at high speeds. It can also hover and fly backwards by altering its shape. It can withstand extreme damage by regenerating parts, using technology similar to that used by the Pernitia Empire. The T-Griffon also features a holographic intelligence agent named Skylar, who will give you crucial battle information.

You must recover the pods so the resistance fighters will have the weapons, equipment and expertise necessary to stop the spread of the Pernitia Empire. Skylar will keep you informed of newly downloaded intelligence about the planet's surface. When you recover the number of pods known to be in the sector, Skylar activates the retrieval code and the beam portal opens, which will take you to another sector.


Additional Information

Cybermorph was the pack-in game for the Atari Jaguar console. The initial release of Cybermorph was a 2MB cartridge, followed later by a 1MB cartridge (presumably a cost-saving measure). The 1MB cartridge does not contain the beginning or ending animation sequences, and it has fewer speech samples spoken by Skylar.

This version of Cybermorph is the original 2MB cartridge, model number 700700-2. Included is the controller overlay, but no manual (you can view the Cybermorph manual here.) The game is enclosed in the original plastic bag as shipped from the factory.

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