Task Force (Apple IIgs)

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Crime has risen to unprecedented levels. Criminal organizations have banded together - all under the leadership of Hector Vasquez, the mastermind behind it all.

It is up to Joe Baxter and Michael Dvorak, tough cops from New York and Chicago respectively, to eliminate all the goons and henchmen of the mobs, until they can go after Vasquez himself - with whom the two have a personal beef they'd love to settle.

The game itself is a side-scrolling shoot-'em-up that can be played with one or two players simultaneously. In five major US cities, all the enemies must be taken out using different weapons like flame throwers, tazers, uzis, rocket launchers, and grenades.


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The laptop computer sports the number "655321", which is a direct reference to the movie and book "Clockwork Orange" (Alex' prisoner ID number). Graphic artist Matt Crysdale has confirmed that reference and also noted that he tries to hide that number in every project he works on.
Corn Popper (69555) added Task Force (Apple IIgs) on Oct 24, 2007