3rd Degree © 1993 Philips Interactive Media, Incorporated.
Description from the back cover:
Would you like to protect your boss who is having an affair? If you got an anniversary gift you didn't like, what would you do? If you found $1 million, would you keep it? You know how you would answer--but what about your friends? Do you think you know? You'll be quizzed on love, family, career, money and potpourri. Sometimes you're right, and sometimes you're not! The answers will surprise you. It's 3rd Degree--the first CD-i game show. You are the contestant in the hot seat in this interactive game. Meet hilarious hosts and a very astute judge. Choose from an assortment of colorful characters and challenge your friends to three rounds of provocative dilemmas! In 3rd Degree it all adds up to lots of laughs, and the kind of lively conflict everyone loves. After all, it’s just a game... isn'it?
This game used photographs of live actors, shot with the Sony Mavica, one of the first-ever digital cameras. The camera cost $10,000 and saved the images to a 2-inch floppy disk.
Concept by: Rob Fulop, Jim Riley
Producer: Rob Fulop
Written by: Reed Kirk Rahlmann
Director: Michael Becker
Software Designer: Ernest Adams
CDI Title Engineer: Paul Wilkerson
Audio Production by: Interactive Audio
Audio Producer: Gary Levenberg
Technical Assistant: James Stiefelmaier