Advertising BlurbsAdvertisement in COMPUTE!, December 1987:
This fall's hot new program stars 4 sexy Europeans and 1 American stud.
This fall's sizzling new program doesn't feature an Alexis, a Krystle, or even a Magnum, but it will have some pretty racy scenes.
Meet the exotic cars of Test Drive, Accolade's incredible driving simulation. There are the legendary greats from Europe: Ferrari Testarossa, Lotus Turbo Esprit, Porsche 911 Turbo and the incomparable Lamborghini Countach. And to make Test Drive a truly international event, there's the classic American star - the Chevrolet Corvette.
Test Drive allows you to experience firsthand the awesome driving characteristics of each renowned performer. They accelerate like the real thing. They handle like the real thing. They brake like the real thing. In fact, the animation and graphics of Test Drive are so realistic, you'll swear the G-Force has you pinned to your seat.
Accolade's Test Drive. It's one program that will definitely burn up the screen.
Contributed by Belboz (6498) on Apr 12, 2001.
Test Drive: Drive five of the world's most exotic cars!
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to experience the power and performance of the world's most exclusive cars, wonder no more. Accolade's Test Drive puts you behind the wheel of five exceptional automobiles in a driving simulation that is guaranteed to ignite your adrenaline.
Is your heart strapped in? Good. Hit warp speed in a Ferrari Testarossa, blow the doors off with a Lotus Turbo Esprit, corner until the tires scream in a Porsche 911 Turbo, bring your oil to a boil in a Lamborghini Countach, and dust the fuzz in a Corvette.
Test Drive's authentic graphics, sterling sound, and lifelike animation allow you to sense the awesome characteristics of each machine. They handle like the real thing. They brake like the real thing. They move like the real thing. In fact, Test Drive is so realistic you'll sweat the G-Force has pinned you to your seat.
Accolade's Test Drive. Welcome to life in the fast lane.
Contributed by Olivier Masse (421) on May 05, 1999.