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It is the year 2100, and the sport of Grand Prix is faster than ever. The latest version, Grand Prix Evolution, takes place on Earth, Moon, and various other locations in the Solar System. Magnetic levitation and high-power turbines push your vehicle to reach up to 1200 km/h. The courses still have the turns, climbs and dives, even the occasional pitstops. Take one of the GPE teams, and lead it to victory, using your winnings to upgrade your vehicles. Can you win the GPE Championship?

GPE is a game in the vein of hyper-velocity racing, similar to Star Wars Racer, Slipstream 5000, and so on. You "drive" these hovercrafts on these magnetic tracks. The tracks are wide, but the side lanes have repeller fields that slow you down. Only in the center can you accelerate. The trick is then how to turn just enough to stay in the center and when to use the repeller fields to slow down. The courses are varied in appearance and the locals are quite imaginative, from the vistas of Earth to barren rocks of Moon, it's all here. The different teams have somewhat different vehicles. AI can be set to 6 different levels for variety of challenges. Multiplayer is supported.


Nelson Piquet's Grand Prix: Evolution Windows The game configuration options
Nelson Piquet's Grand Prix: Evolution Windows Racing on an ice planet
Nelson Piquet's Grand Prix: Evolution Windows The title screen
Nelson Piquet's Grand Prix: Evolution Windows The end of a race, well the player finished others are still racing

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7Wolf Magazine Dec 01, 2000 6.5 out of 10 65
PC Joker May, 2000 42 out of 100 42
Absolute Games ( Mar 12, 2000 25 out of 100 25


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Kasey Chang (4613) added Nelson Piquet's Grand Prix: Evolution (Windows) on Mar 19, 2005