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3D Tower Defense Game Cyber Agent Released on Steam

Cyber Agent, a cyberpunk-style tower defense game with visual novel and dance DLC, is now available on Steam.

Developed by BambuseaeGames, Cyber Agent is an easy to play tower defense game that only requires your mouse to play. Aim your mouse and shoot at your target, but be careful not to get hit by enemies. Destroy the enemies and prevent them from reaching the center. During the battle, you are aided by two sexy girls that can trigger special attacks or protective barriers.

Game Features.

-8 levels.

-7 kinds of enemies.

-2 roles.

-5 items.

-3 skills.

-A Mystery DLC

There is also free Mystery DLC available for the game. It features 18+ content and six story scenarios done in a visual novel style. There are two girls to spend time with and multiple endings. You can also watch 3D models of the girls perform multiple dance animations during a cyberpunk dance scene. The camera can be rotated, allowing you to see the girls from every angle and take screenshots of your favorite parts. There are twenty music tracks, so you are free to switch the scene’s dance and music.

This is a mystery DLC of Cyber Agent,, if you download it you will get lucky!


- 1 3d cyberpunck city scene

- 2 3d characters

- 20 music

- 7 animations

- 6 story scene

- Visual novels with multiple endings

You can buy Cyber Agent for the discounted price of $1.33 on Steam. After June 15th, the sale will end and the price will increase to $1.99. The Mystery DLC is also available for free.

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