Advertising BlurbsBack of Plastic Folder - Commodore 64 (United Kingdom):
Put yourself and your driving skills against the clock and computer controlled opponents to challenge for the Victor's Cup. Off-Road Racing is a test of speed and survival. Customise your vehicle and prepare to race over some of the world's toughest terrain. Four of the toughest, roughest courses gives you the ultimate challenge: the Georgia mud flat, the Michigan Winter Wreck-off, the Death Valley Trek or the Baja challenge. Snow, Ice, mud and desert all combine to make Off-Road Racing the most hazardous road game yet. It makes the Grand Prix look like child's play.
Contributed by Patrick Bregger (98738) on Feb 17, 2010.
Four of the toughest, roughest courses gives you the ultimate driving challenge: The Georgia Mud Flat, The Michigan Winter Wreck-Off, The Death Valley Trek or the Baja Challenge. Snow, ice, mud and desert all combine to make 4 x 4 Off Road Racing the most hazardous road game yet. It makes the Grand Prix look like child's play.
"An off-road racer's dream..." Zzap! 64
Contributed by Martin Smith (63216) on Mar 08, 2005.
- Claw over desert dunes, "bog" through mud holes, slide through ice - four exciting races over a variety of obstacles and terrains.
- Customize the truck of your choice with the right gear for your chosen race terrain.
- Bring along supplies for off-road repairs: tools, winches, spare tires, parts - even a mechanic.
- Race rig-to-rig against die-hard opponents including a screamin' demon truck.
You're King of the Mountain on the Off-Road race circuit, winning events everywhere from the frigid midwest to the muddy south. Now you're sitting on a ton of hot truck in the desert, racing toward a heat-rippled horizon dotted with sand traps and tire-ripping rocks. And you're wishing you brought more water along for the ride...Survival of the Fastest
Off-road racing is a test of speed and survival. First you pick your challenge: The Georgia Mud Fest, The Michigan Winter Wreck-off, the Death Valley Trek or the Baja Challenge. Then you choose a truck, customize it and stock it with tools. And survival supplies like food and water. Just in case.
Makes the Grand Prix Look Like Sissy Stuff
Those guys in fancy race suits don't use winches to lift rigs out of mud bogs. They don't change tires punctured by razor sharp cacti. And when it snows - they don't even have to race. In Off-Road racing these rough and tumble conditions are all part of the exciting challenge!
Contributed by Xantheous (1296) on May 08, 2001.