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A project in Bass Lake, CA by Jim Walls

Cancelled by Creator

Precinct is a new police adventure video game from Jim Walls, creator of the classic Sierra series "Police Quest".
Backers: 1870
Average Pledge Per Backer: $46

Funded: $85,756 of $500,000
Dates: Jul 16th -> Aug 16th (32 days)
Project By: Jim Walls
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December 31st - via:
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Police Quest spiritual successor cancels second round of crowdfunding

August 25th - via:
Detective-themed game ends its second campaign; team may try again in the future. (Read More)

Precinct and staged funding

August 6th - via:
Dear Friends, As you know we are almost in the final week of our Kickstarter. As of this morning our project is just over 15% funded and it's clear that we're not going to hit our goal. Throughout the project we've had a ton of great feedback from... (Read More)

Police Quest 'successor' Kickstarter canceled, moves to its own tiered funding platform

August 6th - via:
The Kickstarter campaign for Precinct - pitched as a spiritual successor to the Police Quest series - has handed in its badge and gun. Robert Lindsley, president of Jim Walls Reloaded, told Joystiq that the campaign has been canceled in order to give the developer an opportunity to create a playable pilot version of the game. The motive, Lindsley said, is to allow potential backers to "experience" the vision behind the spiritual successor, rather than use a tech demo video to decide whether the game was worthy of backing. (Read More)

New Videos

July 31st - via:
Hello everybody, Today we have two new videos to share with you.  We hope you are enjoying the daily videos.  We had a great time making them! In the first new video, Jim talks about real life high speed pursuits! In the second new video Jim talks... (Read More)

Polygon Interview

July 29th - via:
Hello everybody, Sorry for two updates in one day.  However, I wanted to let you know that Polygon released an interview with Jim Walls.  You can check it out here:... (Read More)

Daily Videos

July 29th - via:
Hello everybody, I hope you had a good weekend.  The Precinct Kickstarter campaign has been live for almost two weeks now.  So far we've raised almost $70,000!  We have 18 days to go, so if you haven't pledged yet please think about it.  Precinct... (Read More)

Kickstarter Katchup – 28th July 2013

July 28th - via:
Two big wins this week and both are projects that I’ve been intrigued by since I first saw them. Lacuna Passage is the game about mysteries on Mars, using real topography of the Red Planet, and Satellite Reign is the Syndicate successor that promises an emergent cyberpunk city. Excellent news. (Read More)

Press coverage

July 23rd - via:
Hello Precinct fans and backers, It's our 7th day of the Precinct Kickstarter!  We've had tons of momentum and activity and are planning on sharing much more news with you in the near future. Today I wanted to share with you some of the great press... (Read More)

Kickstarter Katchup – 21st July 2013

July 21st - via:
There have been plenty of weeks with no losers and several winners, but I can’t remember compiling this column and finding losers without winners to sit above them. There are lots of projects that are readying themselves for a spot in the winners’ section though, propped on the podium, parading their plaudits. Dungeonmans and Tangiers are my current favourites, with Monochroma not far behind. It’s a busy week though and there should be something for everyone. Except sports fans. Nothing for sports fans. Probably the least Kickstarted genre actually. Licensing issues to blame? (Read More)

Our Second Update

July 17th - via:
Hello everybody, First off, thanks again for supporting Jim and the team! We've had a lot of excitement over the past couple of days and are working really hard to incorporate everyone’s feedback. We're really listening to you guys, and I can't... (Read More)

Our first update!

July 17th - via:
Hello everybody!Well, it's day two of our campaign and the support has been amazing! We've had so much great feedback and are super excited to be working with everybody.We have a couple of new announcements to share:New reward We've heard a lot of... (Read More)

Precinct Kickstarter Shoots for a Spiritual Successor to Police Quest

July 17th - via:
Another indie team has turned to crowdfunding in hopes of returning to a mothballed classic, with Sierra veterans Jim Walls and Robert Lindsay pitching Precinct, a hopeful spiritual successor to the Police Quest games that they worked on back in the 1980s. (Read More)

Police Quest makes a comeback in the form of Precinct

July 17th - via:
When I was scouring adventure game titan Sierra On-line's back catalog in the '90s, one title stood out from its generally light-hearted peers and demanded that I play it immediately: a game where instead of playing a space janitor or a desperate sex pest, I could be a cop, fighting gangs, solving murders, and handing out parking tickets. That game was ex-police officer Jim Walls' Police Quest, originally designed in '87, and it would eventually spawn a long running series that lasted for 11 years. (Read More)

Precinct Kickstarter is a spiritual successor to the Police Quest series

July 16th - via:
Sierra veterans Jim Walls and Robert Lindsley have announced Precinct, a spiritual successor to the Police Quest series, has landed on Kickstarter. (Read More)

Jim Walls seeking back-up for Precinct on Kickstarter

July 16th - via:
The former Sierra revival has taken another significant step forward today with the long-rumoured announcement of a Kickstarter campaign for Precinct, the "spiritual successor" to Police Quest by Jim Walls. (Read More)

Guys, Police Quest Is (Basically) Back

July 16th - via:
It may not have the official name (that's lost somewhere in Activision's archives), but upcoming PC adventure game Precinct is, from the designer down to the fundamentals, trying to be something fans of the classic Sierra series will be very interested in. (Read More)

The makers of Police Quest aim to resurrect the police procedural adventure with Precinct

July 16th - via:
Of all of the classic game genres to be resurrected by the crowdsourcing renaissance, I’m most excited about the return of adventure games. In that vein, a new Kickstarter, by veterans of Sierra On-Line’s classic Police Quest, is trying to bring back the police procedural adventure. (Read More)


July 16th - via:
Jim Walls Reloaded, Inc., the new independent game company headed by Sierra veterans Jim Walls and Robert Lindsley, today announced a new police adventure game, Precinct. As a spiritual successor to the wildly popular Police Quest series, Precinct aims to bring back the classic Sierra-style adventure formula and update it into a modern police adventure. To raise funds for the project and ensure full creative freedom, the team has launched a new Kickstarter campaign with a $500,000 development funding goal. (Read More)

Ex-Cop Announces Police Adventure Game

July 16th - via:
Jim Walls, an ex-Sierra developer who spent 15 years as a police officer, wants you to see what it’s like to serve on the force. (Read More)

Police Quest creator goes to Kickstarter for Precinct

July 16th - via:
Precinct is the latest Kickstarter hopeful putting out an APB for cash. The game is intended as a spiritual successor to Sierra's Police Quest, headed by that series' creator Jim Walls and Sierra veteran Robert Lindsley as executive producer. The game, which intends to follow the Sierra adventure game formula with a modern feel, has a funding goal of $500,000. (Read More)

Police Quest creator Kickstarts spiritual sequel Precinct

July 16th - via:
Police Quest series creator Jim Walls launched a Kickstarter campaign today to fund his next, crime-stopping adventure game: Precinct, a first-person spiritual sequel to the classic Sierra series. (Read More)

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