Cyberdogs is a top-down 2D shooter, but uses a line-of-sight system that hides any part of the map that is behind something the hero can't see through, such as walls and large objects. One or two players play a mercenary who must embark on a series of missions to earn money. Sometimes the ojbective is to collect items, or kill a certain number of enemies, but you basically want to shoot anything that moves. Weapons and armor can be purchased between levels, so money management is important. The automap feature is very welcome, given how little of the level is normally visible, and there is an alert notice when an enemy is nearby.
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|Cyberdogs v1.0 Freeware (261,252 bytes)||13 August 1994||DOS||Play online|
|Cyberdogs Shareware v1.0 to v1.1 patch (86,959 bytes)||1 December 1994||DOS|
|Source code for Cyberdogs in Turbo Pascal 7.0 (52,143 bytes)||24 November 1998|
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This game was originally released under a freeware license.