Agent USA

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Atari 8-bit
Apple II
PC Booter
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Agent USA is a geography enhancement game that centers around a character that travels by train to different U.S. cities. The object of the game is to find the "FuzzBomb" which turns ordinary people into "FuzzBodies". You plant crystals which regenerate into newer crystals, and when you build up 100 of them and touch the FuzzBomb, the nation is saved!


Agent USA Commodore 64 Crystals turn the fuzz back into ordinary humans
Agent USA Apple II The rocket train can travel further and faster
Agent USA Apple II Time passes as you travel by train...
Agent USA Commodore 64 The current fuzz analysis

Alternate Titles

  • "Agent U.S.A." -- PC Booter in-game title

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The Video Game Critic Commodore 64 May 05, 2015 B- 67


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Copy protection

Part of the copy-protection routine for the PC port of Agent USA relied on a clever attempt to socially-engineer crackers: The program attempted to see if sector 0 was writable, and if so, proceeded to write junk all over it, rendering the diskette unbootable. Why is this clever? Because the original factory diskette was write-protected (in fact, it lacked a notch completely) and the check would always fail on a factory original.


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