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Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat (Atari ST)

Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat Atari ST Title screen

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Danny Sullivan, 1988 IndyCar champion and winner of the classic 'Spin & Win' Indianapolis 500 in 1985, put his name to this Super Sprint style racing game. There are 4 cars in each race, 1 or 2 player options, and 9 tracks to race on, with the Tradewest Speed Bowl the ultimate target, and is much longer but with double points (it's essentially a substitute for the licensed-elsewhere Indianapolis 500, which did pay double the usual level of IndyCar championship points for many years).

The player has limited fuel, and will run slowly if supplies run out, and the car can be damaged, although both are repairable in the pits. They get a turbo to use sparingly, which can also be recharged in the pits if they have bought more. After each race the player will get money (slightly more for a higher finish), which can be spent on upgrades such as improved power, brakes or more turbos.

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Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat Atari ST Fourth place isn't that bad... really...
Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat Atari ST Title screen
Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat Atari ST Buying power-ups before a race
Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat Atari ST First level is about to start

Alternate Titles

  • "Indy Heat" -- European title

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Martin Smith (63130) added Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat (Atari ST) on Jul 20, 2004
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