Road Fighter (Japan)

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Road Fighter (Japan)

Konami created the scrolling racing arcade game Road Fighter in 1984. It was Konami's first attempt at a racing video game.

Four courses, spanning from grassy plains to an overwater bridge to the seaside, mountains, and ultimately a woodland area, are found on the first two levels.

How to play

There were six stages in the arcade version. By hitting the B or A buttons, the player can increase their speed by about 196 km/h while driving a Chevrolet Corvette, respectively.

The player only has 100 points of fuel left, but they can add more by contacting unique, multicolored cars. The automobile will spin out and, if the player doesn't rectify it, may crash into the side barriers, losing 5–6 fuel points, if they collide with any other cars or slip on sporadically appearing patches of oil.
There are a total of 6 different car kinds in the NES and Famicom versions: 1 yellow and red, 3 blue, and 1 truck. There will be a lot of yellow cars driving in a straight line.

Playing the enjoyable and thrilling games Tekken 3 Online and Parappa The Rapper, which are both included in our selection of games, is an obvious option for those who have a strong interest in retro games.


Controls Guide

Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.

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