Hot Chase

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Hot Chase
Hot Chase and Hard Puncher arcade flyer.jpg
Japanese flyer promoting the game along with Hard Puncher
Developer(s) Konami
Platform(s) Arcade
Release June 1988
Genre(s) Driving
Mode(s) Single-player
Display Horizontal, raster

Hot Chase is an arcade game released in 1988 by Konami.[1] In the game, players drive a white Porsche out of an enemy country to the Border crossing of a friendly one. The car has a bomb attached to it that explodes in a set time. If the bomb explodes, players must restart. There are many obstacles along the way, including railroad crossings, military checkpoints, helicopters that shoot at the car and other cars. The gameplay is said to be similar to Chase HQ.

Completing the game resulted in a scene where the hero exits the car, takes his machine gun, and fires at the car to add to the damage before the bomb explodes. Then the game played the following message: "Mission Complete. You have succeeded in stealing the enemy armored super car and have crossed the border to freedom. After a few days the enemy surrendered to our country. You will be remembered for your brave deeds. Thanks a million!"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hot Chase". Arcade Museum. Retrieved 16 January 2013. 

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