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Video Game / Cyborg

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Cyborg is a Flash game about a scientific experiment gone wrong. A Robot Girl was created to be the ultimate female for man, but she has different ideas. She goes on killing all who stand in her way and ultimately kill the man who funded the project: George W Bush.

Contains the following tropes.

  • Arm Cannon: Can manifest laser blades from her arm.
  • BFG: She can manifest these from her Arm Cannon, which can be used to attack things, as its a missile launcher, a gatling cannon, among other weapons.
  • Chekhov's Gun: The key, which Hank finds in episode 4, is the only mechanism that can fully restore her.
  • Everything Sensor: Built-in enemy scanners, threat analysis and counter-measure programs and an auto-targeting system inside her.
  • Flight: Has jet thrusters in her legs and back.
  • Girlish Pigtails: The "pigtails" are about her height and they've been shown with other strange functions like antennae, blades, and ears, and as well as allowing flight.
  • Heal Thyself: When she first activates, she tries to repair her damaged internal systems, but couldn't do so without a special key that activates her.
  • Laser Blade: From her chest blaster and in her wrists.
  • Magic Skirt: Justified, as that "skirt" is made out of metal.
  • Made of Iron: She's a gynoid. So she's built to last and resilient enough to withstand the force of a missile explosion from only a few yards away.
  • Power Palms: Her hands are capable of firing laser beams.
  • Power Source: An internal battery powers her, and she doesn't like when she's running low on power.
  • SkeleBot 9000: In the opening cutscene, we can see a portion of her access panel.
  • Shock and Awe: Capable of firing an electrical beam from her hand cannon.
  • Super Strength: Advanced cybernetic nanotech responsible for superhuman strength, resistance to injury and regenerative abilities.
  • Super Speed: Jet thrusters in her feet allow for high speeds.
  • Technopath: She can control machines by infecting them with nanomachines.
  • Teleportation: Capable of teleporting long distances.

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