Cyber Hook Adds 4K and SteelSeries GameSense Lighting Effects

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oprainfall | Cyber Hook

 

The recently released Cyber Hook, a synthwave 3D platformer with fast-paced running, grappling, and parkour has just gotten some improvements. The developers announced that the game now has 4K support. Additionally, the press release also says that they have added SteelSeries GameSense lighting effects to the game. They say that the following events work with GameSense:

  • TimeWarp
  • Double jump
  • Codes are available.
  • Death
  • Win
  • Stars (gaining crystals at the end of a level)
  • Shoot (laser)

They’ve also been busy adding some extra polish to the game, which is available on Steam for $14.99. It launched there on September 24th, 2020. Cyber Hook features over 70 levels to test your skills, and you can unlock marathon mode to run through a series of levels in a row. There is Full Game Marathon, Monthly Marathons, and Per World Marathons. You can also compete in global leaderboards if you’re good enough to beat your many challengers. Here’s the trailer:

 

Lastly, the developers also have some Cyber Hook screenshots to show off:

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