Digital Combat

Digital Combat

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United Science Corporation (USC), a giant computer production company, embarked so ardently on a US 6 billion dollar project to construct a special robot that was to be equipped with the greatest power of thought, decision and execution, far beyond man's capability. The aim was to have the robot assist mankind in carrying out investigations that are hitherto too complex to mankind as well as carry out vital decisions on scientific and technological matters. Unfortunately, as soon as the robot started functioning he embarked on the thought of overthrowing mankind from ruling the world, and he stuck to accomplishing it as what he thought was his only mission. Since he could do things without been programmed to do so, just like a human being, he made for himself tactical plans the way people do in a bid to be in a no-retreat-no-surrender combat. He broke out of control from where he was constructed after a series of surprise killings and violent destructions and disappeared against Pentagon's greatest hi-tech trace. Then he appeared in another city, also killed and destroyed against all possible human efforts and took over total control of one of the best weapons production companies in the world. There he used the equipments and raw materials he found and constructed twelve thousand other robots, and together they faced mankind with a war that seemed without end, but only ended with them having gained victory. The USA led a coalition of military forces from sixteen countries and launched another war in the last effort to regain control of the world. Here mankind demonstrated his greatest tactical expertise, but still the end was victory on the robots' side. The robots still prepared to flush away mankind from life on earth. Then suddenly there emerged some two dozen women soldiers, all formerly members of the US Marine Corps, who swore to take their own war to the robots in their own do-or-die mission to save humanity. They planned to seize one brainy expert by force in the robots' custody, a member of the crew who constructed the first robot. And when they did so, the person told them they had to go together with the preserved corpse of one extremely talented professor who pioneered the construction of the first robot, and who committed suicide on the spot of the robot's early misdemeanor. This expert said he would turn the corpse into a cyborg (human-robot), which only the cyborg could suggest a better way of combating the iniquitous robots. When they did run away with the corpse, this great cybernetic engineer demonstrated fabulous expertise in making it a partly human and partly robotic creature referred to as a cyborg that does mostly all things a man does. And when the cyborg rose up, he'd extreme desire for immediate vendetta. Extremely glad, this squad of highly determined women, together with that very expert who perfected the new cyborg, joined the cyborg in what one can call the greatest of all wars to destroy the invincible robots. With the best weapons in hand, the new cyborg first retrained the women as well as the other man. Then they launched fire! Fire after fire, the robots knew they were dealing with a somewhat different enemy. With the greatest force of their own ability, they applied greater tactics to effect defeat, but things turned contrariwise. These women fought even better than anyone of them could without this wonderful cyborg, and witnessed the destruction of nearly all the robots, except that, so tragically, none of them survived to witness the end of the war. The cyborg himself, though having witnessed the end, wasn't constructed to live beyond even an hour later. Yippee! What a terrifying blow!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 11mm | 286g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 151480347X
  • 9781514803479