PEOPLE’S LIVES ARE IN YOUR HANDS!
911 Operator is a management game developed by Jutsu Games and published by PlayWay S.A. It is a game about the difficult work of people that manage emergency lines and services. Your task is not just to pick up the calls, but also to react appropriately to the situation. A number of police, fire department and paramedic units are at your disposal. The forces may use a variety of vehicles (from common ambulances to police helicopters), essential equipment (e.g., bulletproof vests, first aid kits and technical tools) and consist of team members with different abilities. Play on ANY CITY in the world!
Release Date: 24 February, 2017
Developer: Jutsu Games
Publisher: PlayWay S.A.
Genre: Indie, Simulation, Strategy
OS: Win 7
CPU: 2 GHz
RAM: 1 GB
GRAPHIC: 512 Mb
HDD: 1 GB
OS: Win 7 64
CPU: 3 GHz
RAM: 2 GB
GRAPHIC: 1024 Mb
HDD: 1 GB
- Over 50 recorded dialogues inspired by real calls: serious and dramatic, but sometimes also funny or annoying.
- 6 selected cities in Career mode, featuring unique calls and events.
- Real First Aid instructions.
- More than 140 types of reports to encounter.
- Opportunity to play on any city in the world!
- 12 types of emergency vehicles (including helicopters, police cars and motorcycles).
911 Operator Trailer
911 Operator Review
Similar to real life, staff resources are limited, so the player really needs to make hard decisions on which emergencies deserve the most attention. In 911 OPERATOR, you take on the role of an emergency dispatcher, who has to rapidly deal with the incoming reports. Similar to real life, staff resources are limited, so the player really needs to make hard decisions on which emergencies deserve the most attention. Sometimes you will have to provide real First Aid Instructions. This job is more difficult than you think, but you will learn some of the procedures as well. The game uses Open Street Map to let you pull in any city you can think to type into the box. The game itself gives an important lesson on how difficult decisions are made every day, and how pointless 911 calls distract from important work.