Com 50 Covert Operations: The Interactive Adventure is a never-released reboot of the also cancelled game Com 50 Covert Operations: The DVD Game. The game would have taken some cues from the original game concept, but also contained many fundamental differences. It was intended to be released as part of the Ten Years of Going Crazy! celebration.
Game Details Edit
- Release Date: n/a
- Game Play Time: n/a
- Game Type: Point-and-Click Adventure
- Number of Players: 1
As this game was going to use the same technology behind The Lost Ruby: An Interactive Adventure and Shady Acres Super Sleuth, no physical contents would have existed. However, as this game was never created, nothing of this game even exists virtually.
Features and Game Play Edit
This game was going to feature a story similar to Com 50 Covert Operations: The DVD Game, except for the fact that the game was going to be animated. While the original story would have featured Godzilla from Com 50-3: Raid on Central Island, this version would not have, instead focusing squarely on the Cal Pada Spy. Otherwise, the story would be basically the same.
The game play would have been nearly identical to Shady Acres Super Sleuth, with the player navigating several CGI environments, hunting for information and collecting items. The only major difference would have been the inclusion of a combat system, though how this would have functioned is unknown.
- This game was intended to conclude the re-release of the Com 50 trilogy online, as it acted as an epilogue to the trilogy. However, as Com 50 and 007 was ignored in its re-release, this game was ultimately cancelled when the re-release of Com 50-3: Raid on Central Island was cancelled.
- The basics of this game's story were used to write the script for B.I.O. Corps.