|DEVO presents Adventures of the Smart Patrol™© 1995|
|Created By:||Inscape and Gerald V. Casale|
|Controls:||Point and Click|
DEVO Presents: Adventures of the Smart Patrol AKA Adventures of the Smart Patrol is a home computer game released in 1996.
It contains many images and themes that DEVO had wanted to include in a movie they developed.
This is a Myst-style first person adventure game but it also includes many more characters than Myst as well as lots of music content and humor. The script had the game divided into "hours," and was pretty hard to solve (here's a walkthrough) and was not well received.  Although EW (Entertainment Weekly) notes:
- "You can’t fault Devo’s tech cred: Unlike most rock artists, the band (led by Mark Mothersbaugh and Jerry Casale) was deeply involved in all aspects of the CD-ROM, scripting the story, composing the music, overseeing the graphics".
- It was accompanied by the (almost first) CD-ROM game soundtrack, Devo Presents Music From Adventures of the Smart Patrol.
- Inscape was founded by Michael Nash, who likes Devo and "transgressive work." 
- ↑ Internet Archive. CD-ROM Software Library - Free Download: "Adventures of the Smart Patrol by Devo". Uploaded by denzquix. CD-ROM image - "A WINDOWS AND MACINTOSH CD-ROM...© 1995"
- ↑ Internet Archive. enigmacom.com/Inscape/ASP*. "Adventures of the Smart Patrol: The Script: Hour 1. promotional website
- ↑ MobyGames. Devo Presents: Adventures of the Smart Patrol.
- ↑ Entertainment Weekly. (1996-9-6). Devo Presents: Adventures of the Smart Patrol - EW.com.
- ↑ archive.org. WIRED. 1995-3-1. Bringing Weirdness to the Massessby Ken Coupland. "There is a huge audience out there for radical alternative subversive perspectives, what I call transgressive work..."
- ↑ lib.utexas.edu. Briscoe Center for American History - The University of Texas at Austin. "Artifacts" - "DEVO Adventures of the Smart Patrol trading card packs". A Guide to the Billy Cain Papers, ca. 1998-2009. ("Forms part of the UT Videogame Archive.")
- External Links:
- YouTube. Gerald Casale Interview and Presentation, May 20, 1995. Uploaded by Rev. Android via the StageVU.com upload by Reality Monitor.