United States
Published by: Mindscape, 1990 | Developed by: Atari
Genre: Racing | Licensed
The object of the game is to complete all 50 rallies without running out of fuel. There is no limit to how many vehicles a player can receive to complete a rally, as long as they have fuel. However, the destruction of a vehicle will subtract a small amoun (more...)
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Stunt Kids
United States
Published by: Camerica, 1992 | Developed by: Codemasters
Genre: Racing | Unlicensed
1 or 2 players must race across various set courses against the clock in one player mode, or against each other in a two player game. There are five worlds to play through. Each world has 6 different possible courses to choose from, plus a bonus level at (more...)
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Super Cars
United States
Published by: Electro Brain, 1991 | Developed by: Magnetic Fields
Genre: Racing | Licensed
Super Cars is a top-view racing game, stylistically influenced by Super Sprint, from Gremlin Interactive, who later produced the Lotus series of games. There are 9 tracks at each of the 4 difficulty levels, which can be raced in any order (although the la (more...)
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Super Off Road
United States
Published by: Tradewest, 1990 | Developed by: Leland Corporation
Genre: Racing | Licensed
In the game, up to 3 players (4 in the NES version through use of either the NES Satellite or NES Four Score) compete against each other or the computer in racing around several top-view indoor off-road truck tracks of increasing difficulty. Good results (more...)
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Super Sprint
United States
Published by: Tengen, 1989 | Developed by: Atari
Genre: Racing | Unlicensed
Super Sprint is a simple racing game. Up to three players drive simultaneously on a circuit against opponents controlled by the computer. The circuits are viewed from above and always fit on the screen, so the game never scrolls. After three rounds the wi (more...)
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