North American arcade flyer
|Arcade system||Konami GX400 (Konami GT)
Bubble System (Konami RF2)
|Display||256 x 224 pixel CRT|
Konami GT (also known as Konami RF2 - Red Fighter) is a 1985 racing video game released by Konami, using their GX400 architecture. The player drives a sports car which must reach various checkpoints without running out of fuel. A turbo mode (activated by the gear shift) increases the car's speed but uses more fuel and puts the player at a higher risk of hitting an obstacle. Fuel power-ups can be found on the road which the player must pick up to make it to the final checkpoint.
The RF2 alternative name is a reference to Konami's 1984 arcade game Road Fighter and thus this may be considered an unofficial sequel. The series was followed in 1996 by official sequel Midnight Run - Road Fighter 2.
- Red-F2 was the name of one of the machines in Speed King NEO KOBE 2045 (1996).
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