Police Trainer

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Police Trainer
Developer(s) P&P Marketing
Platform(s) Arcade
Release 1996
Genre(s) Arcade game

Police Trainer is a light gun arcade game released by P&P Marketing in 1996. A sequel, Police Trainer 2, was released in 2003.

Gameplay[edit]

Players have only three lives to complete six exams in each difficulty. Players can lose lives by either failing to reach a quota, not defusing any C4 or letting the guards hit the player. In order to complete the competition mode, players must lose one life on player 1 and lose one life on the other. If the players fail each mode, they can either try the same mode again or select a different mode. If the players completed each mode, they can select another mode until a difficulty is completed. Each difficulty consists of six stages. Players can put initials after completing the Commissioner difficulty. Shooting the incorrect targets receives a –100 points penalty.

Players can receive a –100 points penalty by:

  • Shooting a civilian
  • Shooting incorrect targets
  • Shooting a wrong number while counting to 16
  • Shooting a civilian card
  • Shooting a police officer card
  • Shooting red balls
  • Shooting an eaten donut

Development[edit]

Game credits are listed as follows:

  • Electronics, software, game design : Fred Heyman
  • Art direction, game design, Audio : Steve Boyer
  • 3D models and animations : Birdy Vanasupa
  • 3D models and animations, sound : Matthew Akers
  • PCB layout : Dave Oermann
  • Voices : Valerie Hartmann
  • Current revision: Version 1.5

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]