Chariot Race, VIC-20

A classic, original game on the Commodore VIC-20, Chariot Race is an exhilarating and fun recreation of Roman chariot races, viewed from an overhead perspective.

The game is essentially a two-player game, with every game starting with two chariots on screen. If you don’t have a second player to race with, the other chariot soon bites the dust and you can carry on in single-player. To get the most out of Chariot Race, though, it really should be experienced with another player. Still: one or two player, Chariot Race is a lot of fun. It might look a bit basic, but the underlying game is really good.

Chariot Race was designed and programmed by the late Paul Hope and published by Micro-Antics in 1983.

More: Chariot Race on Wikipedia

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