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Traffic Department 2192 (DOS)

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Description

Traffic Department 2192 is a little known underdog game from Safari Software. It's focused around an original storyline and dialogues, combined with fierce action sequences.

You are Lt. Velasquez, a pilot in the Seche Traffic Department, an organization which now serves as the people's army in repelling the invading Vultures. Velasquez has a personal grudge against the Vultures because, when she was a small child, they destroyed her father's hoverskid as he was returning from a long mission. The game progresses through a complex storyline with many twists and turns with well-rounded action sequences in the middle.

The game comprises three distinct episodes.
  • Episode Alpha : Process of Elimination
  • Episode Beta : Cyborg Psychosis
  • Episide Gamma : Ultimatum
Episode Alpha was initially released as shareware, though it was later released commercially, with the remaining episodes being available for purchase.

Screenshots

Traffic Department 2192 DOS Reading my personal computer.
Traffic Department 2192 DOS Mind the mine.
Traffic Department 2192 DOS An infrared gunfight
Traffic Department 2192 DOS The bad guys discuss how I'm a thorn in their sides.

Alternate Titles

  • "T.D. 2192" -- US title (media)

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User Reviews

Fun but sometimes frustrating Weston Wedding (54) 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars
Easily the best P Squared release yet. Yosleeka (3) unrated
A nonstandout with a really good storyline. Tomer Gabel (4362) 3.75 Stars3.75 Stars3.75 Stars3.75 Stars3.75 Stars

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Topic # Posts Last Post
Now considered freeware? 7 Pseudo_Intellectual (45006)
Feb 23, 2008

Trivia

In July, 2007, John Pallett-Plowright re-released this game under a Creative Commons license, effectively making the game freeware.

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Tomer Gabel (4362) added Traffic Department 2192 (DOS) on Oct 02, 1999