Copyright/Publisher: The Sales Curve, Licensed from: Leland Corp,
Simon Pick, Music by: Mini Spock, Graphics by: Robert Whittaker,
Release Year: 1991, Genre: Racing Sports, Number Of Players: 1 or 2
The sequel to 'Iron Man', this isn't as slickly programmed, but very playable. Racing
takes place on 12 tracks ranging from a simple tri-oval to tortuous street circuits.
Though the game has a multiload, this is avoided via an option to just use the two
tracks currently in memory. Another neat option is the choice of rotational or
The action is standard Supersprint-style fare, apart from the inclusion of colour-
coded pits. As in Lotus Esprit there's a gambling element as you decide how long to
stay in the pits for refuelling.
A quicker pit crew can be bought, along with car improvements, in the pre-race shop.
Despite its blatant lack of originality, Indy Heat is very compulsive, particularly
with two players - shame it doesn't allow three.