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Race, February 28, 2017
Atomic Runner, known as Chelnov in Japan, is a 1988 arcade game by Data East ported to the Sega Mega Drive in 1992. The Mega Drive version of the game has since been released for the Wii's Virtual Console service in Japan.

Chelnov always runs forward. Should there be need for him to stop, hold Left; the screen will continue to scroll to the right and he will start moving again if he touches the edge of the screen. A jumps. B fires a laser beam; there is rapidfire when the button is held down and shots can be aimed with the directional pad (but you cannot shoot straight up). Holding C and pressing Left or Right causes the player to run backward or forward, respectively. The player dies when hit once.
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Race, February 28, 2017
Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II or simply Super Monaco GP II is a racing game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear in 1992. It is a sequel to Super Monaco GP, but this time the game is sponsored by Ayrton Senna (who won the Monaco Grand Prix six times). Also unlike the previous game, Super Monaco GP II was not released in arcades or for any non-Sega console or computer.

At the time of release it was regarded as the most realistic racing experience on home video game consoles, and the fact that it was endorsed by Ayrton Senna meant the game was very popular. However, due to these celebrity endorsements, it is unlikely Super Monaco GP II will be re-released without cutbacks.
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Race, February 28, 2017
Championship Pro-Am is a racing game developed by Rare Ltd. and published by Tradewest on the Sega Mega Drive. It is a remake of R.C. Pro-Am, a game released on the Nintendo Entertainment System. R.C. Pro-Am was a popular title in its day and spawned sequels on the Nintendo Game Boy and Nintendo Entertainment System.
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Race, February 28, 2017
Chase H.Q. II, known as Super H.Q in Japan, is a sequel to Chase H.Q. and was developed and published by Taito for the Sega Mega Drive in 1992. It should not be confused with Special Criminal Investigation, which was also sometimes marked as "Chase H.Q. II".

Gameplay is very similar to the first game, with the major difference being a choice of three vehicles to chase criminals. By ramming the criminal's car enough times the car will be stopped and the criminal will be arrested. All of this needs to be done within a strict time limit, and while avoiding other cars and obstacles.
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Race, February 28, 2017
Combat Cars is a top-down racing game developed and published by Accolade for the Sega Mega Drive in 1994.

It is one of the few Mega Drive games to use the "interlaced" graphics mode, used for split-screen two-player. It is a feature more commonly associated with Sonic the Hedgehog 2.
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Race, February 28, 2017
Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat is a 1991 arcade racing game developed and published in the arcades by Leland Corporation. It is based on a three-player arcade game of the same title. It starred American IndyCar driver Danny Sullivan, and featured the tracks of the CART series of the early 1990s.
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Adventure, Action, Race, February 28, 2017
Here is a hack which changes all the level layouts, all the stage music, new graphics, and also some new power-ups! Now you can also do a quick spin-dash in the air with the cost of rings.
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Race, February 28, 2017
Double Clutch is a top-down racing game developed for the Sega Mega Drive. It was only released in PAL regions.
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Race, February 28, 2017
ESPN Speed World is a Super NES and Sega Genesis video game that was released in 1994 exclusively for North America based on the television series of the same name. The title screen of the video game was partially inspired by the 1993 running of the First Union 400 racing event; which occurred on April 18, 1993. The real-life drivers from the mid-1990s are missing because the game only has an ESPN license and not an official NASCAR license.
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Sport, Race, February 28, 2017
F1 (released as Formula One in the USA) is a 1993 racing video game published by Domark, based on Vroom!, a game developed in 1991 for the Atari ST by French company Lankhor. It was released for the Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis, Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear, and Commodore Amiga. It spawned a sequel in 1994 titled F1 World Championship Edition, and the game engine was reused in Kawasaki Superbike Challenge. It was one of the most popular racing games in the console, mostly thanks to the smooth and fast game engine
There are no major differences between the European and American Sega versions, except naming (The European version is simply named F1), and the lack of battery save in the American version.
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Race, February 28, 2017
F1 Circus MD is a 1991 racing game by Nihon Bussan for the Sega Mega Drive in their F1 Circus series, which also contains a Mega CD game.
A North American release appears to have been planned, with a prototype of the localised version, simply titled F1 Circus since being leaked onto the internet.
The game is a typical Formula 1 racing game. In World Championship mode, you are limited to a predefined course set, but you may choose your team, lap count, vehicle specifics, etc. Races are presented in a top-down view. A accelerates, B breaks, Up shifts down, Down shifts up, and C opens a menu.
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Race, July 9, 2016
Fastest 1 is a Sega Mega Drive racing game video game released in 1991 exclusively in Japan. During the release of this video game, other Formula One video games like Super Monaco GP had caused a general increase of demand for Formula One video games. While most of those games were poor simulations of the actual races themselves, Fastest One provided to be the most realistic video game of the era.
The game is based on Formula One racing and features team and driver names that are similar to the real life namesakes. A potential choice of 18 playable vehicles can be used in every mode provided by the game itself. Six vehicles in the game uses Ford engines; displaying American ingenuity during the 1990 Formula One season. The language of the game is completely in the English language.
In fact, most of the Formula One drivers who participated in the 1990 Formula One season are present, with slightly altered names (e.g. Satoru Nakajima makes an appearance as "S. Inakajima".)
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Sport, Race, February 28, 2017


Nakajima Satoru Kanshuu F1 Hero MD (中島悟監修 F1 HERO MD) is a 1992 racing game by Aisystem Tokyo and Varie for the Sega Mega Drive and the second Mega Drive game in their Nakajima Satoru Kanshuu F1 series, following Grand Prix and preceding Super License. It was then released overseas by Flying Edge under the name Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge.
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Race, February 28, 2017
Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge is a racing game developed by Aisystem Tokyo and released on Game Boy, Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Genesis.
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