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Hopkins FBI game is available now.

Apr 28, 1999, 13:54 (0 Talkback[s])

Originally posted to C.O.L.A.

Hopkins FBI is a commercial game for linux.
A playable demo is available on our site.
Distributors, resellers are welcome

See a resume of the game : http://www.hopkinsfbi.com/weblin/hopkins.htm
Visit the internet site : http://www.hopkinsfbi.com

Special Agent Hopkins has just been put on the biggest case of his life:
find and kill Bernie Berkson, the most vicious and dangerous criminal in
years. Hostage showdowns, murders terrorist acts: Special Agent Hopkins
has to get around a nightmare of traps and twisted surprises in the course
of his  investigations if he wants to find Berkson and save the planet
from certain doomsday.

You play Hopkins, modern day hero and full time righter-of wrongs, in an
adventure that will take you to the four corners of the world. A rich and
varied universe awaits you, as you come face to face with over 50
characters, many dangerous, all one-of-a-kind. Try to keep  cool as you
strive to unlock challenge after challenge in face of evermounting
suspense and action.

o HAND DRAWN ANIMATION
Drawn by cartoon specialists according to the rule book they were scanned
and meticulously retouched frame by frame to produce high-quality scenes.

o 3D SCENES
Highly detailed, with very studied camera movements, extremely realistic
3D scenes leading the player by the airs as under the seas give him
incomparable sensations.

o EXTREMELY VARIED PLACES
First hand drawn by a famous strip cartoonist, Thierry Ségur, they were
scanned then retouched and coloured on computer by an international
graphist team. They give to the player an uninterrupted pleasure
of discovery...

Hopkins FBI for Linux (or FreeBSD). System requirement :
Pentium 166 + 16 Mb Ram + Linux + X window + Glibc 2.x