"June, 2069.Typical. Whenever the President gets captured they send two bad dudes or elite soldiers to rescue him. But when it's the President's daughter in danger they only ever send one lone cop.
You're a cop.
You are summoned to the offices of Megacorp, the world's largest corporation. Your boss orders you to do whatever Megacorp wants. They tell you that an evil robot has kidnapped the President's daughter, stolen some very important government secrets, and is now hiding in an old Megacorp research and development building."
Shouldn't I be arresting the evil robot, seeing as I'm Electrocop. Also stop please saying 'Megacorp'.
"The robot believes it's safe because it thinks it's the only one that has the network plugs for the building. Megacorp knows better. Megacorp knows that you have a set of plugs too. Megacorp wants you to find and destroy the robot."
Intrigue! Could it be that the secretive sinister Megacorp could secretly be up to something sinister?
"But who is this other robot? Why have you never heard of it before? Why did it capture the President's daughter? And why won't Megacorp tell you anything about the stolen secrets? Something stinks about this whole deal, and you're determined to find out what."
Fine, I'll go do this. But only because I want to uncover your DEVIOUS SCHEME.
More importantly it also has killer robots trying to murder me, which I don't remember anyone mentioning in the briefing.
It's awkward to shoot the robots horizontally, there's no space to see them coming at all. So I just waited until they wandered in front of me instead.
Oh wait, hang on... what's that over there on the right?
Whatever, I'll keep it anyway.
I think I'll go with... games!
Generally it's good game design to reward the player for achieving things, not point out how pointless and empty their victory truly is.
Now I'm all demoralised. Thanks for ruining my day, Electrocop.
Weirdly the game lets me inputting the code manually. Maybe the code stays the same for each playthrough, in which case have a free code! You deserve it.
It also has a door blocked by lasers, with a computer next to it.
Well I guess I never did finish that asteroids game...
I don't remember the floor being covered in red and white tiles earlier though. White spins me around, and red is harmful, so I've been trying to avoid them. But only when I can be bothered.
Now I'll never know what the shady Megacorp was up to.