Data thief Sol Cutter has been infected with the Burn Cycle virus that will kill him in two hours. He must find out why the data he stole from Softech are worth killing over. The player must beat the game in two hours to win.

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Abigail Canton ...
Gala
Viva Duce ...
Kris
Tanya Pohlkotte ...
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Indra Sinha ...
The Golden Buddha
Aaron Swartz ...
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Data thief Sol Cutter has been infected with the Burn Cycle virus that will kill him in two hours. He must find out why the data he stole from Softech are worth killing over. The player must beat the game in two hours to win.

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Sol Cutter has something on his mind... ...in two hours it's going to explode!


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1994 (USA)  »

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Vielli: Imagine a piece of software that can duplicate a human mind and store it on a computer. Software that would allow a person to make a computer copy of themselves and continually transfer that copy to and from a human body forever. Then they would own the technology of immortality. Think of the miracle of it, Cutter, even you can appreciate what this means! Why should a man waste all his life trying to achieve things, and when he's finally succeeded at something, mother nature snatches him away! ...
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References The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo (1964) See more »

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Great Story, too bad it wasn't made in 1996
17 April 2001 | by (Albany, CA) – See all my reviews

Superb setting. It holds its own against Blade Runner. Great acting. The characters grow on you. Sometimes you're likely to get stuck because you don't know where to go despite the linear gameplay. If this happens consult an online walkthrough. The puzzles will take some brain power but there's nothing uneven about them. The only thing I lament is that it was made in the dying days of DOS and is limited to 320x240 and 256 colors. If it was made two years later it would have been stunning to watch.


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