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Police Quest: Open Season

Police Quest: Open Season is an DOS, Windows 3.x crime and mystery adventure game set in North America, developed by Sierra On-Line, designed by Tammy Dargan, Daryl F. Gates and published by Sierra On-Line in 1993. Police Quest: Open Season is also part of the Police Quest series.
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Input: keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom

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  • Old Gamer - 12/07/2017 14:30
    Used to love this game. Although, given the copies of the LAPD's regulations/policies, makes the game a little 'LESS' realistic.

    Now, if they included the 'real' regulations; the official 'officer-only' version given by Daryl Gates himself, I might believe it.. However, there is no mention of that one protocol that involves the, "thorough beating of an unarmed motorist(s), followed by the sprinkling of crack rocks in said motorist's car", when actively profiling the minorities in your community.

    Other than that, the game is top notch!
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