Color TV-Game Racing 112
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The "Color TV-Game Racing 112" was released on 8th June 1978. The console is by far the largest machine Nintendo has made, and is a birds-eye view car racing game. The console resembles a car dashboard, with built-in steering wheel and gearstick.
The game-play is simple, control a car racing up the screen avoiding other cars and passing a certain amount of other vehicles on the track to win.
The name Racing 112 comes from the combinations of game modes, accessed through a series of switches. There are various difficulty levels, and game modes, such as narrowing of the tracks, whether you crash if colliding with the side of the track, making the road rougher, making the cars swerve more, all detailed in the video below.
One player will use the steering wheel and gearstick, if a low skill level is selected, the gearstick is not used, 2 players will use the paddle controllers on the back of the machine.
Connection to a TV is only through NTSC-J RF, it can be tuned into a good UK TV, but will almost certainly not have sound.
This exhibit has a reference ID of CH58228. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.