Boss Rally

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Boss Rally
Developer(s) Boss Game Studios
Publisher(s) SouthPeak Interactive
Platform(s) PC
Release date(s)
  • NA April 30th, 1999
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer

Boss Rally is a rally game for the PC, developed by Boss Game Studios and published by Southpeak Interactive. It is essentially a port of the Nintendo 64 game, Top Gear Rally.

Tracks[edit]

In Boss Rally there are six tracks, Coastline being the only track available until championships are completed. The tracks are Desert, Coastline, Jungle, Strip Mine, Mountain, and Raceway. Coastline is the easiest, and Raceway is the most difficult. Strip Mine is earned as a bonus track, and Raceway was not featured in Top Gear Rally.

Cars[edit]

There are a total of 16 cars in the game, two of which are available to begin with. There is a Ford Escort, Lancia Delta, Subaru Impreza, Toyota Celica, Ford RS 200, Nissan Skyline, Porsche 959, BMW M3, Toyota Supra, Mitsubishi Pajero, Ford Truck, Mini Cooper, Helmet Car, Milk Truck, Cupra (cube on wheels), and the Beach Ball (including beach balls as wheels).

Sound[edit]

Boss Rally features music by a band named Dragline, contrasting with the electronic tracker music featured in Top Gear Rally.

Additionally, most of the sound effects have been changed from Top Gear Rally, and others have been added.

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