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F-1 World Grand Prix (Game Boy Color)

F-1 World Grand Prix Game Boy Color The tongues of racing, or the racing tongues.

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Description

F-1 World Grand Prix is a Formula 1 racing game for the Game Boy Color, based on the Nintendo 64 title. The Game Boy Color iteration features an official license of the 1998 season and thus all 11 authentic teams, drivers and tracks from that year. Unlike the Nintendo 64 version the game is completely in 2D and is viewed from a 3rd person perspective.

The game tries to deliver the most realistic racing experience on a handheld of its time. You can manually adjust many aspects of the car before each race, such as transmission, gear, and tyre types and the alignment of your spoilers.

The game features five playing modes (Grand Prix, Exhibition, Challenge, Time Trial and Two Player), two difficulty settings and allows for three separate save games. You can turn damage and different weather types on and off.

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F-1 World Grand Prix Game Boy Color The Belgian course looks like a delicious lobster claw!
F-1 World Grand Prix Game Boy Color Some "staff roll" images.
F-1 World Grand Prix Game Boy Color A yellow arrow indicates where a car is behind you.
F-1 World Grand Prix Game Boy Color The rain in Spain falls mainly on the butane. Holds true in Belgium as well. :)

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The Press Says

Total! (Germany) Jun, 1999 1 out of 6 100
Mega Fun Aug, 1999 79 out of 100 79
Power Unlimited Oct, 1999 7.7 out of 10 77
Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames Aug 01, 1999 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60
Player One Sep, 1999 35 out of 100 35

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vedder (20289) added F-1 World Grand Prix (Game Boy Color) on Sep 21, 2008