The hero of the piece, CID is thrust from the dull drudgery of his every day life into an exciting mission to rescue Mia. CID is a Crash Impact Dummy, one of millions created by the Professor B.M. Werken's company to ensure that every product available on the market is safe for humankind.
He diligently crashes, smashes, checks, re-checks and re-re-checks everything from lemonade to escalators. Like most of us at one point or another, CID thinks that there must more to life than just work. He's happy enough to put up with it, but he can't help thinking that there's something... else.
CID is a young, funky Crash Impact Dummy. He's knows he's cool, he knows he's street, he knows he's widdit. He's not really sure where he's heading in life. He kinda knows he's destined for bigger things, but he's stuck in this damn job.... He's got a quick sense of humor, and uses his wit as a defense.
About CID The Dummy
A star is born and he's made to last. CID THE DUMMY makes his debut in Oxygen Games' first multi-platform production. It's an all-new action platformer that is sure to grab you with its enjoyable, fun gameplay, featuring a totally original character with charisma and moves, different fighting styles with which to battle enemies from unarmed combat to weapons like the Bazooka that can freeze, hit and burn.
The platformer was once the leading genre in gaming. Characters such as Super Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog and Crash Bandicoot were all mascots that commercialized this style of gameplay. But nowadays, platforming has taken the backseat on next-gen consoles. All consoles except the...read full review
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