Cruis'n Exotica

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Cruis'n Exotica
Cruis'n Exotica
North American arcade flyer
Developer(s) Midway Games (Arcade)
Gratuitous Games (Nintendo 64)
Crawfish Interactive (Game Boy Color)
Distributor(s) Midway Games
Designer(s) Eugene Jarvis
Series Cruis'n
Platform(s) Arcade
Nintendo 64
Game Boy Color
Release date(s) Arcade
World 1999
Nintendo 64
USA October 16, 2000
Game Boy Color
USA November 6, 2000
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Up to 4 players simultaneously
Cabinet Upright
Sit-down
Full-Motion
Arcade system Midway Zeus II
Display Raster, standard resolution, horizontal

Cruis'n Exotica is the 1999 sequel to Cruis'n World and the third entry in the Cruis'n series. It plays similarly to the previous games in the series but it adds a PIN system to track progress like San Francisco Rush 2049. The levels take place in exotic locations in the universe, such as Las Vegas, Thailand, and even the surface of Mars. The game also allows a player to choose a driver visible onscreen during races, including a martian, a baby, a clown, and a cowboy.

It was ported by Gratuitous Games and released on the Nintendo 64 in 2000, along with a Game Boy Color version developed by Crawfish Interactive.

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