News Eye Interactive presents the latest edition of its award-winning first-person shooter game, Call of Duty Centenier - Modern Honorary Policing II.
Like its predecessors, the game takes place in a realistic and modern parish setting, leading the player through complicated traffic-calming measures, past well-attended jumble sales, and along bucolic but dangerously pot-holed green lanes.
The campaign follows multi-force squad Task Force St. Mary 141 and the St. Ouen Special Forces Honorary Unit Les Gris Ventres as they attempt to track down rogue Guernsey away supporters on Muratti Day, led by the unpredictable Sarnian leader, Hassan Vladimir Le Tissier.
The game’s principal playable characters are Centenier Sidney “Hand Sanitiser” Le Brun and Constable’s Officer Kyle “Maz” Le Masurier.
Before tracking down Le Tissier and his followers, the units have to complete various important tasks such as:
Trying to get to grips with the new fangled semi-automatic speed gun, which has three red lights and goes “beep” every time you hit a button.
Clipping the ears of at least ten youngsters in the parish, who continue to vandalise the bus shelter and throw laser-guided napalm bangers at Mrs Le Sueur’s front door.
Accompanying the Grouville Battle of Flowers float through the Georgetown intersection on its way to the Avenue, while members of Le Tissier’s gang hide in nearby properties, using night-vision goggles to steal ideas for their rather mediocre parade at the North Show.
Finding and returning Mr Le Cornu’s bull, which has escaped its field for the fifth time in as many weeks.
Collecting weapons for future combat operations, including hardened Jersey Royal seed potatoes, conkers that have been soaked in vinegar, and stern words of advice.
Throughout their mission, Task Force St. Mary 141 is supported by various individuals and agencies, including 18-year-old Police Recruit McClure of SoJP, who offers training in how to avoid offensive language, how to ‘cancel’ someone - which doesn’t involve shooting them, and how to remove dirty stains from your shirt, as well as society.
Other friendly characters include Attorney-General Mark 'Solomon' Temple, who sets the rules of engagement, and 'The Constable', who organises essential logistics, such as cups of tea and Bakewell slices.
Call of Duty Centenier - Modern Honorary Policing II is out now, and available on all up-to-date consoles, including the SNES, Atari 7800 and Commodore 64.