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Chase H.Q. - Game Boy

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Chase H.Q. - box cover
box cover
Game title: Chase H.Q.
Console: Game Boy
Author (released): Taito (1988)
Genre: Racing Mode: Single-player
Design: Shōji Takahashi, Hiroyuki Sako, Mitsugi Shimizu, Yuji Terada, Kouji Nakamura
Music: Noboru Koshinaka, Isao Mizuguchi
Game manual: not available

Game size:

128 kB
Recommended emulator: Visual Boy Advance

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

   Chase H.Q. is a 1988 arcade racing game, released by Taito. It is a spiritual successor of Taito's 1987 Full Throttle. The player assumes the role of a police officer named Tony Gibson, member of the 'Chase Special Investigation Department.' Along with his partner, Raymond Broady, he must stop fleeing criminals in high-speed pursuits.
   The game was well received in the gaming industry resulting in three arcade-based sequels being released; Special Criminal Investigation (1989), Super Chase: Criminal Termination (1992) and Chase H.Q. 2 (2007). Two spin-offs were also released: Crime City (1989) and Quiz H.Q. (1990).
   The game was ported to many home computers by Ocean Software in 1989, and included versions for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Amiga and Atari ST. Taito released versions of the game for the Nintendo Entertainment System (1989), Game Boy (1990), Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear (1991), and TurboGrafx-16 (1992). It was released for PlayStation 2 in Japan in 2007 as part of Taito Memories II Volume 2.
   At the start of each level the player is informed who they are pursuing, a great distance away: They must apprehend the criminal before their time limit expires. The criminal's car is constantly moving away, so if the player repeatedly crashes or drives too slowly, the criminal will escape. At some points during the game the road splits, and the correct turn must be taken, otherwise it will take longer to catch the criminal. When their vehicle is reached, the time limit is extended; the vehicle must be rammed a number of times until the criminal is forced to stop, then is arrested.
   The game includes five levels. As both the initial time limit to reach the criminal and the time extension to ram the criminal are just 60 seconds, the game is very short - a player who is able to finish the game on one credit will enjoy at most ten minutes of game-play.
   Interestingly enough when Nancy at Chase HQ (at the start of every level) calls on the radio the frequency is always 144.X (various)MHz. This is actually the 2-meter band of amateur or ham radio frequencies.
   Although superficially similar in technology to Sega's Outrun, Chase HQ features significant technical advancements over that title in the presentation of perspective, hills and track splits.
   Villains (for arcade versions)

  • 1. Ralph, the Idaho Slasher (White Lotus Esprit)
  • 2. Carlos, the New York armed robber (Yellow Lamborghini Countach)
  • 3. Chicago pushers (Grey Porsche 911)
  • 4. L.A kidnapper (Blue Ferrari 288 GTO)
  • 5. Eastern Bloc Spy (Red Porsche 928)

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