Stunt Car Racer - Rerelease
Copyright/Publisher: The Hit Squad/Microprose Software, Program Concept,
Design & Programming By: Geoff Crammond, With the Assistance of: Norah Crammond, Additional Graphics By: John Cummins, Quality Control By: Peter Moreland,
Manual Design By: Julie Burness, Manual Design and Graphics By: Artistix UK,
Manual By: Tony Middlehurst, Martin Moth, Peter Jones & Geoff Crammond,
Rerelease Year: 1991, Genre: Racing Sports, Number Of Players: 1 to 8

Imagine being behind the wheel of a car that does 0-60 in two seconds, with nitrous fuel injection and specially developed 'sticky' tyres. You're on a race track that resembles a roller coaster, but you appear to be racing in a wedge of cheese with wheels. Well you can't have it all.

Your chhes follows the road automatically, unless it's airborne. The dashboard displays your speed, laptime and distance from your opponent. At the top of the screen is a crack that lengthens with every crash. Your aim is to win through four three-driver divisions - each with two new tracks.

Stunt Car Racer first blasted onto the scene in Issue 56, gaining a Sizzling 94%. Phil went as far to say, 'This is one of the most exhilarating games I've ever played.' Robin gushed, 'Stunt Car Racer provides immense fun as you can leap over obstacles, jump gaps and burn around corners with no thought for safety - great fun.'

It's just like riding the Corkscrew at Alton Towers! A supremely playable game, unmissable on budget.