California Speed (video game)

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California Speed
California Speed cover.jpg
Arcade flyer
Developer(s) Atari Games
Publisher(s) Midway Games
Platform(s) Arcade, Nintendo 64
Release date(s) Arcade
Nintendo 64
  • NA February 28, 1999
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Distribution 128 Megabit cartridge

California Speed is a racing video game developed and published by Atari Games.[1] The game was first released in arcades (Midway Seattle Arcade System) in 1998 and was ported to the Nintendo 64 in 1999 by Midway Games. This game contains support for the Controller Pak and the Rumble Pak also the full support for multiplayer mode.

Gameplay[edit]

California Speed is similar to games like Cruis'n USA and San Francisco Rush. Players drive through the streets of California with exotic jumps and crazy tracks. You travel the streets with eight different racers on the track trying to take the lead. Sometimes on the road you encounter traffic you must avoid and hills to jump. Players get to choose a lineup of generic cars to race with either the Automatic or Manual transmission. There are fourteen different tracks with three different difficulties from Easy to Hard.

Tracks[edit]

Here are the featured stages :

These are the unlockable stages (N64 Only):

The arcade original does not feature the unlockable cars. Also, the arcade version adds 3 more stages with those above (excluding the unlockable stages), all in total of 14 stages, they are:

Cars[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "California Speed". The International Arcade Museum. Retrieved 9 Nov 2013. 

See also[edit]