The CD version of Blue Force
is the same as the floppy one - the difference is that the score is also available as CD tracks, in electronic organ version, and the first audio tracks contains an interview with designer Jim Walls
, talking on the similarities and differences between the game and real police work.
At one point in the game you're supposed to use your grandma's computer to uncover some information. If you try to do this too early in the game you're fobbed off with a message telling you you can't use the machine now, because your grandmother is defragmenting the hard drive.
A curiosity: the player is expected to complete this game - a police adventure - without taking a single shot. You can fire shots - at a gunman and to wound Nico "the Snake" - but you receive the highest score only when you complete the whole game without shooting even once.
Information also contributed by
Jaromir Krol and
- Computer Gaming World
- November 1996 (15th anniversary issue) – #37 Worst Game of All Time