Emergency Call Ambulance
Emergency Call Ambulance is an arcade game released in October of 1999 by Sega. It is a single-player game, and the controls are made up of a steering wheel, gearshift, and gas and brake pedals. The game has been noted for being exceptionally hard, mainly in the cases after the first victim. There are two forms of gameplay: Automatic Transmission and Manual Transmission.
In the game, you take the role of a Chicago Paramedic, trying to save several people, and take them to the nearby hospital, driving in your ambulance. The first victim is a ten-year-old child named Jack. His family's station wagon was in a collision with a tanker truck. The second victim is a 35-year-old Chicago Police officer named Edward, who has been shot by a gang (who somewhat resemble Yakuza), with a rocket launcher. The third victim is a 23-year-old woman named Kate. The hotel she and her partner were staying at has caught fire, and to make matters worse, she's pregnant (It is revealed in the ending that she was carrying triplets). The final mission is to rescue the president of an unspecified country (although he has a Russian name, and looks Asian). His name is Gregorio Tavaresky, and is 48. His airliner has crashed into Lake Michigan, and you need to save him. If you beat the 4 levels, the ending of the game shows you and your partner receiving an award for your actions, and the 4 victims you saved are in the audience.
According to M.A.M.E to the featured game, it lacks of many and severe geometry figures that it will be a big conflicts to it. And it is not playable on the Supermodel Emulator due to its incomplete graphics, which means the land area was lacking of roads of geometric figures and other objects. The issues are going to be fixed in the next release (version 0.3) of the Supermodel Emulator, and also the unofficial version2_r270 release already shows great improvements. Much like Harley-Davidson & L.A. Riders on the M.A.M.E Emulator, it has many problems goes to 3d geometry.
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