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Game #2551
Cisco Heat  
Action   Driving

Rating: 6.93 (31 votes)

Cisco Heat box cover

Cisco Heat screenshot
It's time for the annual police race through the streets of San Francisco. Cisco Heat is a dead average racing game in which you must beat the clock and reach the next checkpoint in time. You've also got to avoid trams and cars which might block your way. However, this is almost impossible to do, since the collision detection is truly abysmal-- you often find yourself colliding into invisible police cars and trams that are on the other side of the road. As a result, you will often run out of time and can't reach the next stage. A good effort at recreating a semi-popular arcade game that didn't quite work out. Steer clear of this game, unless you consider yourself a die-hard racer who must play every racing game ever made.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Unknown
Developer: Image Works
Publisher: Image Works
Year: 1990
Software Copyright: Image Works
Theme: Organized Forces
Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Chicago 90, Street Rod 2, Vette!

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