Drag Race Eliminator
|Publisher(s)||Family Software - Drag Racing Computers and Software|
|Platform(s)||Commodore 64, IBM PC|
Drag Race Eliminator, was the first drag racing game for a personal computer. Written by Bob Kodadek and published by Family Software - Drag Racing Computers and Software. This video game was released in 1986 for the Commodore 64 and in 1988 for the IBM PC.
This video game is a two-player, drag racing program with timing accuracy to one thousandth of a second. This simulation of professional drag racing included five classes of NHRA competition, including Top Fuel Dragsters, Top Alcohol Dragsters, Top Fuel Funny Cars, Top Alcohol Funny Cars, and Pro Stock. Race against the computer or another player. The timing system used a .400 Pro Tree with reported reaction times, elapsed times, and vehicle miles per hour. The outcome of every race was determined by the driver, not random data. Supported joysticks and keyboard for input.
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