Hybris (Amiga)

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One of my favourite Amiga shooters. And it's danish.

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Ironically, Nemesis came before Hybris

Log entries

    1987-01-01
  • Completed the game.
  • 2015-03-21
  • 5174 
    WE ARE WITH YOU IN SPIRIT!
  • 5175 
    Completed the game with J.P. Maverick and got the score: 1100050 (Easiest settings). CONGRATULATIONS BRAVE COMMANDER! YOU HAVE PROVEN YOUR COURAGE AND HAVE HONORED YOURSELF AND THE CREW OF SPACE STATION HYBRIS... And the game starts over. Using the easiest settings is super duper boring. I died once. For my next Hybris game, I should use the default settings and see how far I can get.
  • 5176 
    An interesting feature of Hybris: It supports a circle gesture to use ship expansions and smart bombs, a feature that was also in Battle Squadron.
  • 2015-03-25
  • 5207 
    Jeppe tried out the first half of the first level with me as copilot. Hybris is great.
  • 2017-03-18
  • 7578 
    Completed the game (NORMAL SETTINGS (9 SPACE-SHIPS)). I recorded a playthrough of Hybris with normal settings, except for setting the number of SPACE-SHIPS to 9. It wasn't necessary, as I only died once. I really wish I could disable the gestures, I several times used smart bombs and expansions without wanting to.

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