Cortex Command

Cortex Command

Year
2009
Publisher
Data Realms, 2010
Developer
Larian Studios
Genre
Platformers
Keywords

cortex - 1.00 brain - 0.94 gold - 0.69 robot - 0.50 destroy - 0.31 land - 0.31 troop - 0.31 scenario - 0.31 battle - 0.25 manage - 0.25 assault - 0.25 people - 0.25 charm - 0.19 soldier - 0.19 polish - 0.19 fight - 0.19 idiotic - 0.19 fire - 0.19 unfinished - 0.19 operations - 0.19

Cortex Command is a 2-dimensional side-scrolling action game developed by Data Realms. In the game, the player takes the role of a disembodied brain, who controls various clones and robots to achieve his aims. There is no campaign as of yet, so there is no main objective the player works towards over the course of the game. Current missions contain tasks such as retrieving a control chip in a cave filled with zombies to defending the brain from attack. As the brain is weak, the player must manage his resources carefully, protecting the brain, mining gold and fighting off enemies. The game includes the ability for players to create mods (additions and changes to the game) with the built in Lua programming applet, and simple scripting.The game was first released as an open beta and was later released for purchase with a time-limited demo version available as well. The full version is still being refined (as the game is still in extensive development), but includes unlimited play and extra features unavailable on the demo.

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