Description of Stunt Track Racer
Before Geoff Crammond designed the much-underrated World Circuit for MicroProse, he designed this outstanding and unique stunt car simulation that features excellent physical model, 3D wireframe graphics, and addictive gameplay. Start off as a rookie stunt car driver in Division 4 and work your way up the ladder by winning races.
The game's very difficult gameplay --you must stay on a narrow track going at speeds over 110 mph most of the time while avoiding other cars-- is eased by excellent practice mode that's available for every track. Highly recommended for its near-perfect balance of realism and sheer fun, both in solo and multiplayer modes.
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Comments and reviews
The Boz 2022-09-25 3 points Commodore 64 version
I never got this game, didn't enjoy the gameplay, wasn't ever keen on the graphics or the whole setting for the game. OK, I played this first about 15 years ago as abandonware, but I remember the reviews, screenshots, being on the shelves on the high street. But just never appealed to me. I really did want to play it though, give it a go as I was a massive fan of Power Drift. Maybe I just played this title too late and racers had moved on by then.
I have to admit, I am just a bit confused by Pickwick's comment below, I have always known the UK version as Stunt Car Racer and not just on the C64 but other formats such as the Amiga and Amstrad CPC.
Pickwick 2022-03-11 -3 points Atari ST version
Fantastic game. I ended up winning all divisions only to find that there was a much harder "super League" (albeit with the same characters) to play afterwards. I found the game hard enough and never did manage to complete the super League divisions beyond the first or second. My copy was the American version (with the name "Stunt Car Racer").
Fudge123 2021-03-19 1 point Atari ST version
stx format doesn't load on Hatari st emulator.
should be st file disk format.
Tangent 2020-05-10 1 point Atari ST version
Remember playing this with my and by brothers ST's linked by a null modem cable. Great fun and we used to set it up so you couldn't see the others screen so you could "cheat" by getting a head and then laying in wait...
MG 2019-10-14 0 point Commodore 64 version
Haha I remember this on C64. It was one of the longest loads from tape. Was very less detailed than this one. We loved it still couldnt understand whats happening and why the car fall off from the edges for a while. :))) We even didnt have a concept of what is a simulation game, was confusing and hard to drive with a joystick :))))))
Ajpwales 2019-06-23 0 point Commodore 64 version
The best 3d racing game on the c64. Quite fast and with good graphics.
Cornholio 2018-07-02 0 point
There's a modern Windows conversion of this game that you can download
Just copy and paste the contents of this "remake" into your STR folder and run the executable.
Webby 2014-01-07 1 point DOS version
Blaggsta, the original version was just like this, it got remade with 256 colour graphics a few years later (I think it coincided with the release on the Amiga/Amstrad)
rmn 2011-12-16 0 point DOS version
oh i almost forgot about this one... so much time i spent playing this game back in the days.. thank you :)
admin 2010-10-26 0 point DOS version
Yes it was, lines on blue screen too like new screenshots show ! Have fun !
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