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Skyborg: Into the Vortex was a CD-ROM science fiction computer game released in 1995 by the trading card company SkyBox International, Inc. and Fringe Multimedia. It was based on a series of trading cards by various artists created especially for the game, which were released simultaneously with the game. Each copy of the game came with a random pack of the cards. Card artists included: Dave Dorman, Julie Bell (wife of Boris Vallejo), Brom, and Brian Stelfreeze.
Players assume the role of Skyborg, a cyborg in the year 2025, on a dangerously overpopulated Earth low on food. Dr. Sinclair Barton has created a torus-shaped pocket universe to alleviate this problem. You must enter this universe and travel from planet to planet gathering clues to figure out what has gone wrong and where Dr. Barton is.
The credit sequence featured a song by the otherwise unknown band Primal Future.
The game's lead designer was Carl Schnurr. Eric Garrison, Director of Online Services, for SkyBox was Technical Director. This game was the brain child of George White, Mark Davidson, Eric Garrison and Rick Ferguson of SkyBox who wanted to combine a CD Rom interactive game with Trading Cards.
This was one of the first cross platform CD ROM games released.
- Lost - A mall-like planet.
- Merika - Post-apocalyptic wasteland.
- Survivors - Bizarre world that has physically fragmented.
- Grotton - Magical Medieval planet.
- Gibralte - Technologically advanced planet.
- Naugle - Swamp planet.
- Projectile - Polluted, mid-level technology planet.
- Marcon -
- Skyborg: Into the Vortex at the Internet Movie Database
- Screenshot of Credit Screen
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