Traffic Department 2192 (DOS)

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Traffic Department 2192 is a top-down shooter focused around an original sci-fi 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.

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Traffic Department 2192 DOS Exploring the mine for hostiles.
Traffic Department 2192 DOS Reading my personal computer.
Traffic Department 2192 DOS In-game action
Traffic Department 2192 DOS Post mission statistics

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Alternate Titles

  • "T.D. 2192" -- US title (media)

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User Reviews

Probably no longer worth playing, but Velasquez makes it at least worth remembering. Cavalary (8886) 2.83 Stars2.83 Stars2.83 Stars2.83 Stars2.83 Stars
Fun but sometimes frustrating Weston Wedding (63) 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 (4678) 3.75 Stars3.75 Stars3.75 Stars3.75 Stars3.75 Stars

Critic Reviews

PC Player (Germany) Sep, 1994 Unscored Unscored

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Topic # Posts Last Post
Now considered freeware? 7 Pseudo_Intellectual (57749)
Feb 23, 2008

Trivia

Credited here as Michael Pallett-Plowright, one 13-year-old Owen Pallett, aka Canadian indie rocker "Final Fantasy", contributed a handful of musical tracks (Menu, Vulture, Intro 2, Death) to this effort his older (at age 16) brother John Pallett-Plowright was working on.

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Tomer Gabel (4678) added Traffic Department 2192 (DOS) on Oct 02, 1999