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IndyCar Racing II
Sold Out (DOS) (Retail Box) (INDYCAR2PR)

Also published under the name "Cart Racing"




95% from PC Gamer - Editor's Choice

Freakin' Awesome from MacAddict

Feel the Adrenaline-Pumping Power of Real IndyCar Racing!

IndyCar Racing II sets a new standard for racing simulations with new features, improved graphics and enhanced artificial intelligence. Experience white-knuckle speeds exceeding 200 mph from an IndyCar cockpit. Race at one of 15 tracks. Learn the racing strategies that actual IndyCar drivers use, and with practice, challenge the pros at their own game. IndyCar Racing II, an officially licensed product of IndyCar, features realistic car physics and track models for the most authentic racing experience.

Incredible SVGA Graphics. Crisp, hish-resolution graphics add more realism to your racing. Recognize individual opponents' cars fro greater distances, and catch subtle details in their driving so you can react with more precision. IndyCar Racing II's increased frame-rate means you get faster, smoother graphics.

Enhanced Artificial Intelligence. Your opponent's cars resond more realistically, with an infinite number of behaviours based on your driving reactions. You'll feel the intense excitement of actual competition as your opponents react and respond more like true race car drivers.

Realisting Racing Action. Brace for the jolt as opponents spin out. Do you continue the race in a slow, damaged car, or lose precious time getting repaired in the pits?

Communicate With Your Pit Crew (Mac version only). Call out commands to your crew over your radio, they'll be ready for the time-critical servicing as soon as you roll into the pits, using Apple's Plain Talk speech recognition technology.

Digitized and Stereo Sound Effects. Feel the growl of a pack of IndyCars shifting gears and squealing rubber. Cars scraping walls, cars accelerating away and trailing behind. You hear it all. Digital stereo sound is fully integrated into the racing action.

15 Tracks - from curvy, tight cornered road courses, to super-speed, high banked ovals. Each is a different driving challenge, that needs a different car setup to win. Choose from:

Belle Isle Park, Detroit

Burke Lakefront Airport

Concord Pacific Place, Vancouver

Exhibition Place, Toronto

Laguna Seca

Long Beach

Michigan Int'l Raceway


Milwaukee Mile

Nazareth Speedway

New Hampshire Int'l Speedway

Phoenix Int'l Raceway

Portland Int'l Raceway

Road America, Elkhart Lake

Surfer's Paradise, Australia

Requirements: Double-spin CD-ROM drive, VGA: 486DX 33 MHz or greater, 8 MB RAM, MS-DOS 5.x or 6.x, VGA, Hard drive with 12 MB free. SVGA: 486 DX2 66 MHz or greater, 8 MB RAM, MS-DOS 5.x or 6.x, SVGA, Hard drive with 12 MB.


MacAddict, November 1996

"First off, this game comes with a manual that is longer than a driver's education book for a real car. Secondly, this isn't so much a game as it is a simulator; this is to Pole Position what F/A-18 Hornet is to Glider."

"Speaking of not crashing - it can be pretty tough to stay on the track. Control is extremely precise (it changes as you wear out your tires and as you use fuel), which takes some getting used to."

"Overall, this game is a lot more complicated than expected, but once I settled down and read the manual, I found a deep, satisfying strategy-driving experience. If you're into racing, buy IndyCar and, well...start your engine. (Sorry, I couldn't resist)."

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