Simple gaming plots, fight sequences, and an easy-to-follow script reveal that you are a part
of the human species' diverse genomes. To put it plainly, the human race is disgracefully at
drudgery for the robots that conquer the world through their artificial intelligence in the
game Free D.C! Even though multiple human specimens are available in the plot, it is important
for the gamer specimen, to identify the mysteries. Which specimen in the humans research lab,
is being killed and for what reason.
What induces the robots, to maraud the human specimens? Introduction to the robotic world is
quite stunning while you look at the hyper activity of the bots, in the advanced life style
scenario. It looks realistic and makes the game stun at the potential of the artificial
intelligence that can take over the world in multitudes of ways.
Anything and everything that you could try to fix up things and rescue human specimens of
your fellow kind, can miserably go wrong time and time again. Robot sidekicks are comical,
to add on satire to the plot but the awfully digitized voices, don’t impress the gamer for
it looks unrealistic.
There is no food for thought if you are expecting your analytical reasoning ability to get
a test in unwinding the complex riddles in the plot. Unwanted combats are aimed at lengthening
the game time, without adding substance or interesting twists. Free D.C! Gamers would prefer
to choose play “manhunter” eventually as the plot is similar but more interesting in the
Cineplay Interactive, Inc.
Formed by former Cinemaware employees and Will Vinton Studios (the people responsible for the California Raisins claymation animations). First title, Free D.C!, did so poorly that no subsequent titles were produced.
Last known address: 2580 NW Upshur, Portland, OR 97210
A blurb about the company was written by Kellyn Beck, the founder, and included in the packaging:
The Cineplay line is a brand new genre of interactive movies from the Oscar-winning film studio that invented Claymation, the California Raisins and now, Harry the Subhuman, working together with the creators of the award-winning computer games Defender of the Crown, King of Chicago, Rocket Ranger and Centurion. The world-famous Claymation team at Will Vinton Productions has joined our talented game design team to bring you a series of cinematic adventures featuring live actors and Claymation characters who actually talk.
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