Concepto: Juan Carlos García, Antonio Ruiz, José María Ruiz, David Díaz
Diseño: Juan Carlos García
Gráficos 3D: David Díaz, José María Ruiz
Gráficos 2D: Juan Carlos García, José María Ruiz
Logotipos: David Basset
Código: Antonio Ruiz
Música: Carlos del Álamo, Mateo Pascual, Miguel Ángel Díaz
Sonido FX: Miguel Gutiérrez
· review computeremuzone
Balance was a group with origins in the Amiga world ... There they created games under the Pyramid label, some of which tried their luck on the shareware circuit.
With the decline in production for that computer and the beginning of the hegemony of PCs, they changed their name and started with a game, Supercyber
, which was a reinterpretation of Pyramid's Cyberdroid
After his debut, his next project (known, at least) was the game at hand, which was published by Dinamic Multimedia in the Multi Action
pack, along with 'King's Quest VII' and Los Justicieros
In the pack it appeared as 'Cyber Police', but it is also known as 'Cyber Law', which in fact is the version that we put at your disposal today.
There may be several reasons, but the one that seems most plausible to me is that they had to change the name due to its similarity to the SEGA title 'E-SWAT Cyber ??Police'.
However, this change must have occurred after his commercial career, at least in Spain. If you have any information on the matter, do not hesitate to tell us.
As for the game itself, it is a very consoling fighting arcade, but with the graphics that were taken back then, when everything that looked 3D was supposed to be better.
It has an arcade mode and another adventure, to develop a game that seems a bit short.
Despite some successful graphics and music that is not out of place (although it seems played by a radio cassette player), it does not have much variety; more weapons and a greater variety of punches would have been appreciated.
Perhaps that was the reason why it was not published independently.