LeMans (video game)

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LeMans
Atari LeMans Flyer.png
Arcade flyer for LeMans.
Developer(s) Atari, Inc.
Platform(s) Arcade
Release
Genre(s) Racing
Cabinet Upright/Standard
CPU discrete
Sound Amplified Mono (one channel)
Display Horizontal orientation, raster (black & white), Standard Resolution

LeMans is a single-player race game created by Atari, Inc. in 1976.[1] It is the successor to the Gran Trak 10 and Gran Track 20 video games.

Gameplay[edit]

LeMans is a single-player racing video game in which the player drives along a race track shown in top-down view. The player controls the car using a steering wheel, accelerator and brake peddles and a four-position gear stick. The objective is to drive against a time limit around a series of race tracks, while avoiding oil slicks and the walls. There are six tracks based on real world race tracks (Le Mans, Nürburgring, Sebring, Laguna Seca, Silverstone and Daytona) and four "mystery tracks", two of which will be chosen at random if the player manages to complete the first six tracks within the time limit.[1]

References[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ a b "LeMans". Arcade Museum. Retrieved 2017-05-15.
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