Double Clutch (video game)

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Double Clutch
Double Clutch
European cover art
Developer(s) BGS Development
Publisher(s) Sega
Platform(s) Sega Mega Drive
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single-player

Double Clutch is a Sega Mega Drive racing video game that was released in 1993.

This video game has a similar view to Super Off Road. However, the main objective is to race on four different race courses while trying to win after three laps. Bumping into the opponents and/or the terrain forces players to take damages. The race will automatically end if too much damage is taken by the player.[2]

Players can also practice freely on any track in order to bend the learning curve in their favor. Three difficulty levels determine how fast the players' automobile gets repaired along with the winnings earned from each track. Upgrades to the vehicle are also possible by the money earned from all the races.[2]


Review scores
Publication Score
Power Unlimited 7.7/10
Mean Machines 67%[3]
Mega 20%[4]

The game received mixed reviews upon release. Mean Machines gave it a generally positive review, saying it is fast, smooth, and playable, but comparing it unfavourably with Micro Machines.[3] Mega were harshly critical of the game, calling it "extremely dull" and crap, before recommending Micro Machines instead.