19 Part 1: Boot Camp Trivia (Commodore 64)

19 Part 1: Boot Camp Commodore 64 Title


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Cancelled successor

The original concept was for a second game to be released, called 19 Part 2: Combat Zone, in which your charges went into battle in Vietnam, with the possibility to use your score from Boot Camp to boost your performance. However, Cascade collapsed before development of the game really started.


Included with the game was the 12" Destruction Mix of the song 19 by Paul Hardcastle.


The title and inspiration comes from Paul Hardcastle's song 19, which features a sample of a news reporter looped and distorted. This idea was also used for a UK hit record by comedian Rory Bremner, focusing on his love and cricket and his imitations of commentators (with a player declared to have scored "n-n-n-nineteen not out").

Contributed by Martin Smith (66824) on Jan 01, 2006. [revised by : FatherJack (62757) and Patrick Bregger (198873)]. -- edit trivia