NARC is a 1988 arcade game designed by Eugene Jarvis for Williams Electronics and programmed by George Petro. It was one of the first ultra violent video games and a frequent target of Parental criticism of the arcade game industry. The object is to arrest and kill drug offenders, confiscate their money and drugs, and defeat Mr. Big. It was the first game in the newly restarted Williams Electronics coin-up division, after being acquired by Midway. The game’s main characters are Max Force and Hit Man, who have received a memo from Spencer Williams, Narcotics Opposition Chairman in Washington, D.C dispatching them on Project NARC. Their mission is to apprehend Mr. Big, head of an underground drug trafficking and terrorist Organization. You Can Download to Carmageddon Game Clicking on this link.
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The player controls either Max Force or Hit Man, who shoot or arrest Junkies, drug dealers, and Organized Crime Kingpins. Max and Hit are each equipped with an automatic weapon and a missile launcher. When an enemy is dispatched using the latter, they explode in a torrent of scorched and bloody appendages. Some enemies can be arrested after they surrender and then float away with busted over them. This is then added to a tally at the end of the level along with drugs and money confiscated from other enemies that they dropped when killed the game awards more points at the end of a round for arresting enemies without killing them.
The game features what in arcade terminology is termed a medium resolution monitor higher resolution than televisions and normal arcade monitors, although often in a smaller physical size. Narc is also the first arcade game to use the TMS34010 Which is a 32 bit processor with graphics oriented instruction built in. Programmed by David Leitch at Sales interactive and published by Ocean Software, the versions of the game for the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC Computers generally received positive reviews, including 9/10 from CRASH, 8/10 from Sinclair user and 72% from Your Sinclair. Matt Bielby of your Sinclair called it one of the most objectionable Speccy Games I’ve seen in ages, and called it repetitive and the plot utter nonsense.
The 1990 Nintendo Entertainment System version of NARC, Published by Acclaim Entertainment and developed by Rare was Billed as the first video game with a strong anti drug message. However, Nintendo forced all drug references to be removed from the actual game play. Despite the NES system limitations, the game retained most of its violence and gore. The game play was significantly handicapped as the NES Controller only has two buttons whereas the arcade version has four. However, the ability to jump and fire missiles was preserved. In 1990, Acclaim released NARC as a handheld LCD Game.
In 2004, Midway Arcade Treasures 2 included an emulated version of the arcade game. But due to some problems in emulating the game, the sound was prone to cutting out during game play, and during stage three, a glitch usually triggered by Crashing the player’s vehicle into an enemy helicopter caused the stage to end abruptly and then move on to the score tally screen.
How to install
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- Downloading game file
- After Downloading, open folder and extract it
- Play and Enjoy it
- That’s it
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Operating system = Windows 7+8, Windows Vista, Windows xp 32 and 64 Bit
Processor = Pentium 4
Ram= 128 MB
Hard Disk = 100 MB
Graphic Card =128 MB