Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel (1987)

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There are typing shortcuts, unique to this game, for three of the most frequent commands: o for "open"; c for "close"; d for "door". See more »

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There is an inconsistency about Colby the drug pusher: Simms refers to him as Don Colby; if Bonds calls dispatch while driving Colby and Simms to jail, he is told that Colby's full name is Paul D. Colby; in the game epilogue, he is called Donald D. Colby; in the remake Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel he is called Donald P. Colby; in Police Quest II: The Vengeance he is called Donald J. Colby. See more »

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Followed by Police Quest II: The Vengeance (1988) See more »

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A Quality Adventure Game
20 February 2004 | by (Missoula, MT) – See all my reviews

I grew up on games like this. Ones you actually had to think about and solve puzzles. It wasn't about how many things you could kill. It was about following procedure and going through the life of an fairly ordinary Police Officer. It was challenging. As for typing in everything. Yes, you had to type in commands to pick things up, but not to move. The arrow keys worked just fine. For those that enjoyed the challenge of old Sierra adventure games this is a great pick-up IF you can find it.


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