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[3:37 PM]
Shoot Like A Cop With New Entertainment Title
Just in time for Tax Day, Jim Plamondon has released QuickShot Deluxe 2. QuickShot Deluxe 2 is a "police style firearms training simulation." The new version provides new features, improved performance and other enhancements. According to Mr. Plamondon:

The QuickShot Deluxe sequel provides a number of new features that heighten the realism and quality of the entertainment title. Just one of the many new additions to QuickShot Deluxe 2 is the ability to replay each shot fired by the player. The new replay feature allows users to review the exact placement of their shots. At the conclusion of each level, the replay feature can be used to view the location of each shot, determine what it struck, and how close it came to its intended target.

The addition of innocent persons to QuickShot Deluxe 2 heightens the simulation's realism and difficulty by placing an added burden of recognition and decision making upon the player. QuickShot Deluxe 2 now requires that players not only react and respond to threats from bad guys, but that they
also make critical shoot or don't shoot decisions.

QuickShot Deluxe 2's additions include breakable items such as windows, that shatter and break when struck, as well as bullet impact sounds which vary depending upon the type of object shot.

QuickShot Deluxe 2 provides three types of game play. There is a training level, ten standard levels, and the ability to play a custom level. The training level is a practice setting which allows the player to use his or her own custom pictures for the bad guys and innocents. Users can create their own images from captured video, digital camera, or scanned photos and practice against the likenesses of their friends, family, or coworkers. The ten standard levels are the core of the QuickShot Deluxe application and provide a variety of locations for you to shoot it out with the bad guys while protecting the innocent bystanders. The custom level allows users to play a level with their own custom difficulty settings.

Minimum System Requirements:

Apple Macintosh PowerPC with 120mhz 604, 200mhz 603e, G3, or faster cpu. System 7.5.5 or later, 14 MB free RAM, 6 MB HD space, CD-ROM, and a 640x480 (832x624 recommended) monitor capable of displaying thousands of colors.

You can get more information from the QuickShot Deluxe 2 web site.

QuickShot Deluxe 2 is priced at US$39.

QuickShot Deluxe 2



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