In Road Fighter you drive a car. It is a death race between you and a group of crazy drivers. Your aim? To reach the end of the checkpoint before you run out of fuel. Sounds easy? Far from it, there’s a lot of obstacles between your car and the checkpoints.
During the race you must try not to hit the borders of the road. Beware of the other cars, because they sometimes will try to push you to the border and make you crash. Another important issue is the fuel. You should try to collect all the fuel recharges that you can during the game. They are represented by the pink hearts.
This game was developed for the Retro-Remakes Remake Competition.
- 6 stages.
- 3 different difficulty levels:
- Game A is for beginners. You will want to choose this when you play the game for the first time.
- Game B is for advanced players. The game is quite hard to finish in this mode.
- Game C is for crazy players. In this mode you will have serious problems to beat the game.
- Obstacles: Water, oil and rocks.
- 2 player mode.
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Developer: Brain Games
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