Here's a challenge: In my childhood I played this PC game demo and I'd really like to figure out which game it was so I can finally hunt down and play the full game. It would have been 96 or 97 when I played it and somewhere around 93 to 95 when it was made(educated guess from my memory of the graphics style, the demo disk was pretty old by then too) It was a third person point and click game, where you have static scenes and clicked where you wanted the PC to go. My memories are very hazy of it so I'll try my best with the details. You controlled a young man who was in a secret agent training boot camp or something, and the only people there were you and a drill instructor. You had to pass a series of tests to graduate. In one test you were locked in a jail cell and had to figure out how to get out. To get out of the jail cell you had to ask for foor and you were brought rice in a metal bowl and sit it on the tray compartment. Then you stand on the top of the bed's headboard, jump onto the springs, then grab onto the light in midair and rip down the electrical wires. Then attach the wires to the bowl and tell the instructor you were done and he'd grab the bowl and get shocked, fingers melted to the bowl. Reach through the tray compartment and grab his keys and you're out. In another test the instructor hid somewhere in the camp and you had to find him, he was hiding in a barrel in the food pantry and to get him to come out you clicked on the hole in the barrel where he was peeking out and the PC poked him in the eye. That's the only details I remember, other than a vague memory from the opening movie where a man drives up to a bank in an armored car and a man walks out of the bank and asks for the password and the answer the driver gives him is "bimbo" Sorry I don't have more, I'm reaching back for four hours of my life from fifteen years ago.