JFK Reloaded Traffic Management 2004

Wow, this is getting a lot of free publicity in the news....and it's all bad. The release of "JFK Reloaded" is timed to coincide with the 41st anniversary of Kennedy's murder in Dallas and was designed to demonstrate a lone gunman was able to kill the president. Points are awarded or subtracted based on how accurately the shots match the official version of events as documented by the Warren Commission, which investigated Kennedy's assassination. Shooting the image of Kennedy in the right spots in the right sequence adds to the score, while "errors" like shooting first lady Jacqueline Kennedy lead to deductions. Each shot can be replayed in slow motion, and the bullets can be tracked as they travel and pass through Kennedy's digitally recreated body. Players can choose to see blood by pressing a "blood effects" option. Players can view the motorcade from a number of angles, including the perspective of filmmaker Abraham Zapruder and a view from the "grassy knoll" where some conspiracy theorists believe a second gunman was stationed. You can practice shooting all you want then for 10 times you can choose to record your attempts for submission for the $100,000 prize being offered for the closest depiction of real-life incident. In 2006, after the contest ended the v1.1 version was made freeware before the official site went offline.
Freeware Game v1.1 21MB (uploaded by File Planet)
Full Demo v1.1 & High-Res Textures (upped by keropi)

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