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 Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge  Gremlin Graphics
 
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Publisher : Gremlin Graphics
Developer : Magnetic Fields
Year : 1990
Genre : Racing
Series : Lotus Turbo Challenge
Graphics : Andrew Morris
Music : Ben Dalglish
Programming : Shaun Southern
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Posted by The Paranoid July 2, 2006
A classic that redefined the pseudo-simulation racing game. The fake 3D is quick, controls are linear and the computer opponents vary from stupid to smart. The refilling adds some strategy.
However, the tracks are very easy and have no sharp turns and it's annoying that even when the computer bumps into the player, the player slows down.
Otherwise, it's a good game for easy racers.

 


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