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Experience an original cartoon reality. Quick Reactions based SIM. Have
you got the weapon drawing skills to cope in pressure situations? Set at
1 Disturbance address. Toughest Police SIM Game you'll play!
WARNING *This is a 40+ minute experience - This is a stationary standing experience only*
Experience life in a cartoon reality.
The Disturbance is set at one address, you take on whatever is presented before you.
Have you got the weapon drawing skills to cope in pressure situations?
In this game, you don't have the option to run away.
During the scenarios, you choose the right time to react if required without using excessive force in order to progress through the ranks. You the officer have to dynamically risk assess the situation you're faced within this game.
Play in Easy or Normal Mode
Easy Mode (rookie) play through allows you to draw weapons without failing, unless you hit an innocent civilian. This is set as the default.
Normal Mode (professional) play through allows you to play the game as originally intended.
Circumstances are likely to change extremely quickly to test if you can react to any situation.
Your job is to observe and react with the appropriate amount of force.
Remember just grabbing and picking up a weapon is a USE OF FORCE
You're armed with a side arm pistol, taser, pepper spray and handcuffs.
Always remember you are a professional officer and are in your role to keep the peace and serve the community. Take the verbal onslaught and emotions that create tense and confrontational experiences that often lead to excessive force, remembering to only use the right amount of force at the right time as a professional officer should. Complete your 30 years and reach your retirement locker.
Are you ready to respond, officer?