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ElectroCop

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Release date(s)  1989
Initial release date  1989
Publisher  Atari
Platform  Atari Lynx
Mode(s)  1 Player
Developer  Epyx
Genre  Action game
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Similar  Epyx games, Adventure games

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Electrocop is a 1989 video game developed by Epyx and published by Atari. It was one of the first games developed for the Atari Lynx, and was released with the platform's launch.

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From the game's opening: "The Criminal Brain has kidnapped the President's daughter and you have to go save her. You, Electrocop, have to enter a fortress to save her with loads of robots to attack, doors to hack open and a few bonus games within the terminals to play while you wait."

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A long-running rumor was that Electrocop was initially developed as a 3D sequel to Impossible Mission. However, when asked about this rumor, Electrocop developer Greg Omi said, "It's funny, but I can't remember if it was supposed to be a sequel to Impossible Mission or not. I remember writing a story and basic game design and pitching it to RJ [Mical], but I don't remember if they were asking for a sequel."

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