Copyright/Publisher: Image Works/Mirrorsoft/Ice Software,
Produced By: Ian Morrison, Programmed By: |
Graphics By: Alan Grier, Release Year: 1991,
Genre: Racing Sports, No. Of Players: 1
OK Super Speedway rider, you've been racing your bike on the streets for ages and
you reckon you're good enough to take on the rest of the world! Start off in the
local league, then if you're a winner, the national league, it's
getting tougher, but you might make it through to the continental league - then,
your big chance, the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP! The very best riders from around
the globe have been waiting for a chance like this too, so they're gonna fight just
as hard as you to be number one!
COMMODORE 64 owners
1. Connect the cassette unit to your Commodore according to the user manual.
2. Place the rewound cassette in the cassette unit and press PLAY.
3. Press RUN/STOP and SHIFT simultaneous on your Commodore.
COMMODORE 128 owners
1. Switch OFF your Commodore 128 and switch it back on whilst holding down the
2. Now follow the instructions for Commodore 64 owners above.
Note: Full loading instructions can be found in your Commodore Manual.
PLAYING THE GAME
Use a joystick in port 2.
When you start the game, you will be asked to enter your name, nationality (for
example, English), and the continent in which you live (eg. in this case, Britain).
The computer prints up the standings after the first, imaginary race. Press fire
to start the next one.
The starting lights will show from left to right, but don't try and go before the third
light comes on or you will cause a false start. Press and hold down fire to
accelerate, with left and right controlling steering.
Hint: Oversteering will slow you down, so a happy medium will bring the best results.
Pushing the boost key (forward on a joystick) will give you one burst of extra speed
per race which lasts for a little while, use it wisely to get you out of any scrapes.