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A DEA team raids an apartment in the City of Angels. Among the requisite drugs and crazed loonies, the team discovers something far more chilling: "The place was used to build a nuclear bomb," to quote your FBI sidekick, Sawyer. As if that isn't bad enough, the bomb is gone and in the hands of a crazy German terrorist who is planning to set it off somewhere in the city. And considering your first lead is the terrorist's ex-girlfriend, stopping him isn't going to be easy.

And so you're off, watching FMV sequences and occasionally deciding between three dialogue choices in situations ranging from orders to SWAT teams to interrogating some of the terrorists' bomb-making cronies.


Flash Traffic:  City of Angels DOS Busted!
Flash Traffic:  City of Angels DOS There're two types of people in the game: those which are glowing and those which are not.
Flash Traffic:  City of Angels DOS Now we know the secret address.
Flash Traffic:  City of Angels DOS Nuclear bomb in Los Angeles, the reason why you're not in the bed at 3:00.

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High Score Dec, 1995 4 out of 5 80
Entertainment Weekly Dec 16, 1994 C+ 58
Power Play Feb, 1995 43 out of 100 43
Just Games Retro Oct 19, 2008 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
PC Player (Germany) Apr, 1995 38 out of 100 38


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Game writer Chuck Pfarrer has also written several Hollywood screenplays, including those for The Jackal (1997) and Red Planet (2000).

Version differences

There was an alternate version of this game released which required the use of a RealMagic Interactive MPEG Playback Controller by Sigma Designs, which was basically an MPEG Decoder Card.

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lvnvgmb (33) added Flash Traffic: City of Angels (DOS) on Sep 02, 2004