A gripping plot with a blend of revenge and justice, Blue Force released in 1993 is as thrilling as its predecessor the Police Quest.
You play Jake Ryan who after topping his class, has decided to join the Jackson BeachPD, following his father’s footsteps of becoming a police officer. After joining the force, Jake unveils clues which direct him towards a conspiracy behind his father’s death, who was killed on duty during 1984. As the game progresses, Jake comes across various facts, which leads him to arrest several people and later met with an accident. After recovery, he joins his father’s old partner and there he discovers a gun smuggling ring and his mission is to put these criminals in the jail.
The player is offered options to use his bike’s ignition for reaching destinations, his mike to get in touch with other officials and use the commands displayed on the screen which includes Talk, Walk, Interact, Look and other options in order to perform the various activities. The player needs to be alert enough to use the right codes and track down the criminals. While the game lets one fight against criminals in a tactful way, do not forget to call for a backup while tracking the criminals.
Blue Force is an intriguing game which doesn’t miss to raise the element of thrill and action with every growing level. The game is a one-stop destination for people who are in love action and thrill.
Tsunami Media, Inc.
Tsunami Media, Inc. was founded by Edmond Heinbockel in the summer of 1991. The company was based in Oakhurst, California, adjacent to Yosemite National Park, a place well-known in gaming history. The company location wasn't a coincidence, as Heinbockel had been CFO of Sierra On-Line.
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