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* [http://discrete.mameworld.info/FunGames/FunGames.htm#Race Race at Discrete Logistics.]
 
* [http://discrete.mameworld.info/FunGames/FunGames.htm#Race Race at Discrete Logistics.]
 
* [http://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?game_id=9225 Race at KLOV.]
 
* [http://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?game_id=9225 Race at KLOV.]
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* [http://www.mobygames.com/game/arcade/race_____ Race at mobygames.]
 
* [http://flyers.arcade-museum.com/?page=thumbs&db=videodb&id=2500 Race at TAFA.]
 
* [http://flyers.arcade-museum.com/?page=thumbs&db=videodb&id=2500 Race at TAFA.]
 
* [http://www.flyerfever.com/post/97358243763/race Race at Flyer Fever.]
 
* [http://www.flyerfever.com/post/97358243763/race Race at Flyer Fever.]

Revision as of 20:19, 19 April 2019

Race
Developer(s) Fun Games
Release date(s) 1976/Aug.
Genre(s)
Mode(s)
Platform(s)
Arcade system(s) Discrete Logic
Arcade display Raster

It is rumoured that this game was a concept/prototype taken from Atari when engineers left to form Fun Games. Others have claimed that all of Fun Games designs were straight copies of Atari games, but the evidence does not support that.

Whatever the case, this is a very sophisticated TTL game that displays text, and has an entirely moving 'world' that exists outside of the screen boundary.

Gameplay seen described as a clone of Gran Trak 10 or Super Bug.

ROMs/PROMs used and not dumped yet. Contains 12 on-board PROMs. andys-arcade has a PCB, currently undumped.

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