Interphase (Image Works, 1989)Released in 1989 for the Commodore Amiga, Interphase was one of the first games to really embrace the cyberpunk genre. Set in a virtual-reality cyberspace patrolled by an oppressive mega-corporation, the game borrows heavily from Neuromancer.
Players are charged with disabling security cameras and robots in the virtual world while their Molly Millions-esque girlfriend infiltrates the company's physical building. This dual reality plays out in real-time, with your actions effecting her progress and chances of survival.Of all the cyberpunk games featured here, Interphase is probably the purest. It still holds up incredibly well today, with the retro graphics enhancing its cyberpunk flavour.
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