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Listen all of y'all it's a sabotage!
With car chasing action that plays like a souped up Beastie Boys video, Chase HQ gives rookie officers a chance to take a bite out of crime.
Released by Taito for the original Game Boy way back in 1990, Chase HQ has been colorized by Metro 3D to appeal to a whole new wave of crime-crushing gamers. As a member of the Secret Police, your assignment is to pursue speeding felons and force them off the road.
First, your lovely dispatcher describes the suspect. After the initial level, you'll normally be chasing more than one vehicle Next, you'll have to pick your three-member Secret Police crew. Each member has a individual set of strengths and weaknesses, so be sure to choose the right man -- or woman -- for the job.
The first portion of the chase takes place on a screen like this. Through a menu-based control system, you direct all three cars at once. If the felon is able to escape the screen, you're out of luck. If you're able to catch up with the crook, a chase scene begins. Try to make the car pull over by ramming it or shooting it. If you've seen it on World's Scariest Police Videos, give it a try.
Once the felon's energy meter has been depleted, you'll be gleefully spittin' out the Miranda warning. We hope this punk realizes that crime doesn't pay. After arrest, you'll be rewarded with a password.
Chase HQ contains 10 levels in the single player mode, and by using the Game Link Cable two friends can go head-to-head in a classic cops 'n' robbers rivalry. Chase HQ Secret Police is compatible with Game Boy pocket and the classic Game Boy as well as Game Boy Color.
Contributed by Evil Ryu (49941) on Jun 10, 2005.