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I had originally posted this game during the fall of 2000, but it was never submitted via the Portal. I want to submit it this way so that it is easier for users to find in association with my user account.

This game was inspired by the Republican National Convention, which came to Philly in 2000. We saw the police beat up on a lot of relatively peaceful protestors during that time, so this game is basically a mockery of the whole mess.

I was playing around with my digital camera a lot at the time, so you'll see all my friends in here. The game was featured in Philly's "City Paper", whos staff appreciated my use of their newspaper dispenser along the sidewalk. :)

Fun power-up items include a machine gun and bombs (which can even blow up the cars!).

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That was fun. I liked the political undertones. I like how it said use force when necessary. That was with literally everyone! Well, not the cars. Why don't people do this against the Westboro Baptist Church?

A really big meme was the casually pepper spraying cop. I guess it could be worse. I love the goofy designs. You are of course talented, Mr. Fulp. That's why you made this website.

It's 2018 and still gold. My most favorite feature in this game is sound effects that are lined perfect.

10/10 would play again xD

EDIT : To TomFulp : No prob :D

TomFulp responds:

Thanks!

A part of flash history for sure, loved it as a 10 year old, and still love it now!

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This game. Its poorly made, and gets repetitive. But that's its charm. I love this game, just something about it. It just brings a nice, classic feel. Id give it a 5 or a 4. Probably in the middle.

TomFulp responds:

Thanks! Parts of this game hold up pretty well, other parts don't.

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Uploaded
Jan 27, 2003
10:50 AM EST
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  • Daily 5th Place January 27, 2003