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Derby Owners Club

Arcade Video game published 21 years ago by SEGA Enterprises

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Derby Owners Club © 1999 Sega.

This is a thoroughbred horse racing video game that allows players to own, breed, train, and ride their very own race horse. A data-storing card is dispensed with the first play, allowing each player to continuously develop their horse, offspring, and stables through repeat play. The innovative cabinet design allows up to 4 players to race simultaneously.


Sega Naomi Satellite Terminal

CPU : SH-4 64-bit RISC CPU (200 MHz 360 MIPS / 1.4 GFLOPS)
Graphic Engine : PowerVR (PVR2DC)
Sound Engine : ARM7 Yamaha AICA 45 MHz (with internal 32-bit RISC CPU, 64 channel ADPCM)
Main Memory : 32 MByte
Graphic Memory : 16 MByte
Sound Memory : 8 MByte
Media : ROM Board (maximum size of 168 MBytes) / GD-Rom
Simultaneous Number of Colors : Approx. 16,770,000 (24bits)
Polygons : 2.5 Million polys/sec
Rendering Speed : 500 M pixel/sec
Additional Features : Bump Mapping, Fog, Alpha-Bending (transparency), Mip Mapping (polygon-texture auto switch), Tri-Linear Filtering, Anti-Aliasing, Environment Mapping, and Specular Effect.

Notes : Each 'Game' uses 9 Naomi units, 1 for each of the 8 'Satellite's' and 1 for the main screen. These are all linked together in a network. Player's data saved on HitMaker removable card system. Cards are playable on any other HitMaker system in the same or other locations.


Released in October 1999 in Japan.


"Derby Owners Club EX" : The 'EX' software update provides a variety of added features including a new race call from legendary Tampa Downs and Canterbury Park track announcer Richard Grunder, 30 new sires and 30 new dams, tournament software with 3 competition modes, on-screen display of your 6 prior race results, and a new classic Trumpeter Call to Post with several different versions to catch the players' attention as well as patrons in the area.


Sega Dreamcast ("Derby Tsuku - Let's Make a Derby Stallion!" [Prototype]

PC (2004)

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