As locations become known to Holly, they appear on this city map
Saving, Loading and Options Menu
The number of Save Game Files are limited only by your hard disk size and can be saved anywhere
If you have problems with the video, you can change it to Quarter Screen
Holly's desk at the Police Station. Notice the icons at the top right of the screen for accessing the PDA, Save/Load/Options, and more
Your PDA is very important. Here you see the initial list of suspects and reports available for reading
The autopsy of one of the murdered cover girls
When you pick up an item, it is shown full screen
Viewing the interview with Andre', a suspect on the list, played by Corbin Bernsen
Logan Collins is nude photographer. Here you see him atop one of Holly's future props.
The nerdy lab guy, Victor, pops in with messages now and then. He has a big crush on Holly.
You'll want to check your messages often in Holly's "Safe House"
Holly's Desktop Computer in her office
CD Insertion Notification Message Screen
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Did You Know?
Bart Besseling of Quarium said: "Quarium developed all technical parts of the game from content produced by MPCA. Our 360 VR technology works just like Quicktime VR in that it lets you pan around a 3D point of view and select objects in that view."
Cyberdreams made a deal with Orion Interactive to market and distribute their upcoming titles, including Blue Heat, and announced it as an upcoming game on their website. However, Cyberdreams went out of business before it was published. David Mullich of Cyberdreams confirmed in an interview that "there was very little involvement with Blue Heat." Add
Did You Know?
Orion Interactive, the company who published this game in 1997, was originally part of Orion Pictures. Orion Pictures was acquired by MGM the same year.
Others who describe Blue Heat state that it was developed by Cyberdreams, but no confirmation has been found to support it. Add