At first glance, Cybermorph looks like the SNES polygon shooter Star Fox. But the similarities end at the graphics. In Star Fox, you can only move forward, while in Cybermorph, you are free to explore each planet. The goal is to collect all of the pods from each world. Sometimes they will be out in the open, and other times you must find them. The graphics are average; some levels are very colorful and look good, but the graphics lack detail and suffer from too much pop-up. Mountains suddenly appear from nowhere. The sound effects are decent, but there is no in-game music. The voices sound alright, but some phrases are repeated far too often and become annoying. The control isn't great, and will take a while to get used to. Overall, Cybermorph is a decent game, although it has little replay value.