Enduro Racer [Wheelie model]

The Arcade PCB by SEGA Enterprises, Ltd.

Enduro Racer [Wheelie model] screenshot

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Arcade PCB

Enduro Racer © 1986 Sega.


Enduro Racer is an off-road racing game in which players ride a dirt bike across five extremely hilly and twisting courses. Each course is littered with logs, rocks, trees and rival racers that must be either jumped over or avoided.

Jumps can only be performed at specific locations on each track. These locations feature a dirt ramp that spreads across the width of the track. Players must have the bike in the 'wheelie' position when the ramp is struck, the bike will then be launched into the air. If the bike is not in a wheelie position when the ramps are struck, the bike will still clear the ramp, but will land front-wheel first and crash.

Enduro Racer is perhaps best remembered for its 'Wheelie' feature, which required the player to physically lift the cabinet's handlebars to raise the front wheel of the game's on-screen counterpart.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

PICTURE :
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Enduro Racer [Wheelie model] the  Arcade PCB
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[Wheelie model]

Dimensions (cm) :W66 x D176 x H170
Weight : 220 Kg.

Main CPU : (2x) Motorola 68000 (@ 10 Mhz), Zilog Z80 (@ 4 Mhz)
Sound Chips : Yamaha YM2151 (@ 4 Mhz), Sega (@ 4 Mhz)

Screen orientation : Horizontal
Video resolution : 304 x 224 pixels
Screen refresh : 60.00 Hz
Palette colors : 6144

Players : 1

TRIVIA

Released in September 1986.

Also released as :
"Enduro Racer [Sit-Down model]".
"Enduro Racer [Upright model]".

Jack Gale holds the official record for this game with 40,973,617 points.

Alfa Records released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Sega Game Music Vol.2 - 28XA-108) on 25/02/1987.

STAFF

Music composed by : Hiroshi Miyauchi (Hiro)

PORTS

Consoles:


Sega Master System (1987) : Isometric view.

Computers:


Sinclair ZX Spectrum (1987)
Commodore C64 (1987)
Atari ST (1987)
Amstrad CPC (1987)
Thomson TO7 (1988)
Thomson M05
Amstrad CPC (1989, "12 Top Amstrad Hits")

SOURCES
Game's ROM.
Machine's picture.

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