History VideoGame / TrafficDepartment2192

24th Oct '15 11:33:47 PM Vios
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A multidirectional [[ShootEmUp shooting game]] by P-Squared Productions / Safari Software, released in 1994 for MS-DOS, as {{shareware}}. It was re-released as freeware in 2007 and can be downloaded from [[http://www.classicdosgames.org/game/Traffic_Department_2192.html here]].
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A multidirectional [[ShootEmUp shooting game]] by P-Squared Productions / Safari Software, released in 1994 for MS-DOS, as {{shareware}}. It was re-released as freeware in 2007 and can be downloaded from [[http://www.classicdosgames.org/game/Traffic_Department_2192.com/game/Traffic_Department_2192.html here]].
4th Jul '15 10:30:25 PM Vios
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22nd Jul '13 10:45:38 AM Kuddy
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* AnticlimaxBoss: [[spoiler:Osyluth in episode 3.]]
4th May '13 3:42:12 PM Almaron
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* CloningBlues: Oh my, Dr. Ramses. A couple other character are subjected to this trope, but he is the absolute master.
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* CloningBlues: Oh my, Dr. Clive/Philip/Leopold/Bela Ramses. A couple other character are subjected to this trope, but he is the absolute master.

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* CloningBlues: Oh my, ** [[spoiler: Despite this, Dr. Ramses. A couple other character are subjected Bela Rameses is somehow able to this trope, but he is stabilize Velasquez' condition shortly before the absolute master.end of part three.]]
4th May '13 3:40:03 PM Almaron
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* ButtMonkey: Lt. Kendrick.

* CloningGambit: Wolstencroft uses this to survive being killed by General Kreel at the end of part one. However, damage to the cloning machine by Velasquez results in him becoming an InhumanHuman instead.

* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: While ostensibly on your side, Osyluth in episode 3 suddenly goes rogue when you try to negotiate peace with General Orlok.]]
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* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: While Kendrick begins working with the Vultures to kill Velasquez in part one. Also, while ostensibly on your side, Osyluth in episode 3 suddenly goes rogue when you try to negotiate peace with General Orlok.]]]] * FantasticDrug: Spice.

* [[spoiler:KillEmAll]]: [[spoiler:Not counting Velasquez, who has very little time left to live, there are four survivors at the end--[[RedemptionEarnsLife Orlok]], [[RobotBuddy Bob]], [[InfantImmortality and the two kids]]. ''Everyone'' else is gone.]]
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* InhumanHuman: Wolstencroft in part two, whose body is misshapen and voice distorted due to Velasquez damaging the Vulture cloning machines. * InterfaceSpoiler: Because every text colour is unique to a different character during the cutscenes, it's not too hard to guess that Velasquez' mystery attacker at the end of part one is [[spoiler: Lt. Kendrick]]. * [[spoiler:KillEmAll]]: [[spoiler:Not counting Velasquez, who has very little time left to live, there are four survivors at the end--[[RedemptionEarnsLife Orlok]], [[RobotBuddy Bob]], [[InfantImmortality and the two kids]]. ''Everyone'' else is gone.]]

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* [[spoiler:KillEmAll]]: [[spoiler:Not counting Velasquez, who has very little time left to live, there are four survivors TheMole: [[spoiler: Operations Coordinator Peter Amiel and Lt. Kendrick at the end--[[RedemptionEarnsLife Orlok]], [[RobotBuddy Bob]], [[InfantImmortality Vulthaven Traffic Department. Amiel's addicted to FantasticDrug Spice and the two kids]]. ''Everyone'' else is gone.]]Vultures are keeping him supplied with it, and Kendrick's working for the Vultures because he blames Velasquez - not unjustly - for him being stuck doing the worst missions]].

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* [[spoiler:KillEmAll]]: [[spoiler:Not counting Velasquez, who has very little time left to live, there are four survivors at NiceJobFixingItVillain: Dr. Bela Rameses stabilizes Velasquez' decaying body towards the end--[[RedemptionEarnsLife Orlok]], [[RobotBuddy Bob]], [[InfantImmortality and the two kids]]. ''Everyone'' else is gone.]]end of part three, all so he can experiment on her.
30th Nov '12 9:00:55 AM justanid
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* FromBadToWorse: The game's plot is made of this trope up until almost the end.

* ItGotWorse: The game's plot is made of this trope up until almost the end.
6th Nov '12 9:55:04 PM TVRulezAgain
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* AlasPoorScrappy: [[spoiler:Nicola Cartel. True, she was a bitch, but she didn't deserve such horrible off-screen death, as told before the last mission of the first episode.]]

* CompleteMonster: Almost any Vulture character.
13th Jul '12 4:34:34 AM Brickman
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* RocksFallEveryoneDies: The end of Episode 2. [[spoiler:After you kill the General's daughter, he retaliates by killing all life on the planet]], except a single spaceship the TD manages to get off. There are numerous named, portraited characters who are not on that ship and die offscreen.

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** One mission has you escort a character out of the city in an unarmed transport. It doesn't matter if you succeed, since afterwords it's revealed that that transport was just a decoy and they got out find. Ironically [[spoiler:the planet is nuked]] [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot before that character ever has a chance to return to the plot]].
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