This month's choice for the classic game of the month fell on Cyber World. Cyber World is a pretty old game, it dates from 1996, made by James Wong. James was known as Multi and Raptor when he made this game, later on he changed that nick to Cygnus, and under that name he has been in a couple of cool companies; the legendary Software Visions, Dynamic Games and Interactive Fantasies. Cyber World was his first released game, and (besides a demo of his MegaZeux game Azeroth), he didn't finish any other games after this.
In this game you assume the role of a kid named Josh Swiz. Throughout the game you find out the boss of your father (who works at a company which produces glue) is planning some not-so-nice stuff. You, of course, have to prevent that, together with your friends Chris and Gary. The storyline and other parts of the game bear great resamblence to Code Red, which must have been an inspiration for James Wong (and for many other ZZT authors back in that time).
The graphics of this game are nice, especially considering that it is already 5 years old; Cygnus has uses lots of Super Tool Kit and fading. Some nice tunes are tucked in too, which is cool. The gameplay is nice too, and overall, the game just gives me a nostalgic feeling. If you haven't played it, you should really check it out once; it's cool!