Eugene Jarvis designed and George Petro coded Narc (stylized as NARC) for Williams Electronics in 1990. It was one of the first ultra-violent video games, and the video game industry was frequently chastised by parents for it. The goal is to apprehend and execute drug dealers, seize their cash and drugs, and bring down “Mr. Big.” Following Midway’s acquisition of Williams Electronics, it was the first game under the company’s newly resurrected coin-op business.
Narc was released for the Commodore 64, Atari ST, Amiga, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, and Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The franchise was relaunched in 2005 with a new Xbox and PlayStation 2 game, which was released on March 22, 2005. A GameCube version of the game was planned but never materialized.
|Publishers||Ocean Software Ltd., SCi Games Ltd.|
|Developers||Williams Electronics Games|
NARC Download For Windows PC Gameplay
Max Force and Hit Man are the primary characters in the game, and they have received a memo from Spencer Williams, the chairman of the Narcotics Opposition in Washington, D.C., dispatching them on Project NARC. Mr. Big, the boss of an underground drug trafficking and terrorist group, is their target.
The player chooses between controlling Max Force or Hit Man, two cops that kill or arrest drug addicts, drug traffickers, and organized crime kingpins. Max and Hit each have an automatic weapon as well as a missile launcher. When you use the latter to destroy an enemy, they erupt in a torrent of burnt and bleeding appendages. After surrendering, some foes can be jailed and then float away with “busted” over them. This is then added to a total at the end of the level, along with narcotics and money were taken from other adversaries who were gunned down (the game awards more points at the end of a round for arresting enemies without killing them).
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