You are Stryx, the product of Project Alpha Secure, the meanest fighting, smartest thinking machine ever invented. Half-man, half-robot, you are the business, the only one who can stop those wicked Cyborgs. You'll have to work hard, though, blasting hordes of the revolting creatures and rescuing the keys to the Lifeforce. So, Stryx, you'd better get your jetpack on for some high level robot stomping through the immensely complex underground world of the Dome cities. It's a tough assignment and time is running out. Apart of your normal shot, there are loads of smart bombs available. I've played this game on an Amiga and Atari ST and I was really curious how it was on the 8bits. It was colorful, playable but too difficult to progress further!
The graphics here are colorful but, I think that too much detail is used (terrains are overloaded with graphics and sprites) which makes gameplay difficult to avoid enemy fire. Other than that, the graphics look really good here. Note that, the game plays smoother here compared to the CPC and ZX versions.
As far as the sound though, the game offers a wonderful introductory tune as well as an excellent in-game score thanks to the famous SID sound generator!