Road Riot 4WD

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European arcade flyer
Developer(s) Equilibrium
Publisher(s) Arcade:
Atari Games
Super NES:
Producer(s) Howard Phillips
Artist(s) Jim Wiebmer
Wilfredo Aguilar
Jody Sather
Composer(s) Ed Bogas[1]
Gary Clayton
Platform(s) Super NES
Release Arcade:
  • NA: 1991
Super NES:
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single-player

Road Riot 4WD is a video game that was originally released in 1991 for video arcades. A port of the game was also released for the Super NES. Versions of the game for the Atari Lynx and Sega Genesis were developed, but never released.[3]


Players control four-wheel drive dune buggies equipped with weapons. After conquering the basic track, players will have to navigate through 11 additional tracks in order to win the championship. The locations are Saudi Arabia, Iowa, Africa, Swiss Alps, Baja Mexico, Antarctica, Ohio, Las Vegas, New Jersey, California and Australia. A player has to beat three vehicles in order to win the race. An infinite amount of missiles is used to knock opponents out of the way. Crashing into certain obstacles will allow the player to collect extra points.[1][4]


  1. ^ a b Road Riot 4WD at MobyGames
  2. ^ Road Riot 4WD Super NES information at GameFAQs
  3. ^ Road Riot 4WD at Unseen 64
  4. ^ Road Riot 4WD at allgame