F40 Pursuit Simulator

Critic Score User Score
Amiga
...
3.1
Macintosh
...
2.5
Atari ST
58
3.2
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Description

You have discovered evidence that a rogue group of police officers are involved in a stolen car racket To stop them profiting form their dubious actions you must get across America as quickly as possible. This is made a little easier by the fact that your turbocharged Ferrari F40 can do over 300 MPH.

There are many forks in the road, with arrows at the top of the screen indicating which route is quicker. Any high-speed contact causes the car to blow up, but you have an infinite supply of these, and the only real penalty is the lost time. There are lots of road blocks to swerve around. The police are after you - pay attention to the sirens and stay out of their way.

Screenshots

F40 Pursuit Simulator Amstrad CPC Peeling out.
F40 Pursuit Simulator Amiga Title screen
F40 Pursuit Simulator Amstrad CPC Got arrested. Game over.
F40 Pursuit Simulator Macintosh You can also run the game in a window

Alternate Titles

  • "F40 Interceptor" -- Informal title
  • "Crazy Cars II" -- European title
  • "Crazy Cars 2" -- European Atari ST/Commodore 64/DOS in-game title

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User Reviews

A major disappointment in the history of the series. DOS Trixter (8712)

Critic Reviews

ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Atari ST Feb, 1989 10.2 out of 12 85
Your Sinclair ZX Spectrum Jul, 1989 84 out of 100 84
The Games Machine (UK) Atari ST Mar, 1989 82 out of 100 82
The Games Machine (UK) Amiga Jun, 1989 77 out of 100 77
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Amiga Jun, 1989 755 out of 1000 76
The Games Machine (UK) Amstrad CPC Jul, 1989 75 out of 100 75
ST/Amiga Format Atari ST Mar, 1989 71 out of 100 71
Amiga Magazin Amiga Dec, 1989 6 out of 12 50
Power Play Atari ST Mar, 1989 33 out of 100 33
ST Format Atari ST Mar, 1993 20 out of 100 20

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