Emergency Call Ambulance

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Emergency Call Ambulance
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Driving
Mode(s) Single player
Cabinet Deluxe sit-down
Arcade system Sega Model 3[1]
CPU 32-bit PowerPC 603ev 166 MHz
Display Horizontal, Raster, 496x384 px

Emergency Call Ambulance is an arcade game released in October of 1999 by Sega. It is a single-player driving game, controlled via a steering wheel, gearshift, and gas and brake pedals. The game has been noted for its difficulty, mainly in the cases after the first victim. There are two modes of gameplay: automatic transmission and manual transmission.

Gameplay[edit]

In the game, you take the role of a Chicago paramedic and ambulance driver, trying to save several people and taking them to the nearby hospital. 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 she's pregnant. The final mission is to rescue Gregorio Tavaresky, the 48-year-old President of an unspecified country, whose airliner has crashed into Lake Michigan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "SEGA MODEL 3 STEP 2.1 HARDWARE". System 16. Retrieved August 23, 2014. 

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