The 80s' and first years of the 90s' left us important titles in terms of racing car games with the typical aspect from those years, that the arrival of Pentium and 32-bit consoles took care of changing.
Forget about Need for Speed and take a look back.
Titles like Out Run, Lotus Turbo Challenge or Top Gear must certainly ring a bell, as they have become great classics, and Horizon Chase plays tribute to them.
Travel back over 20 years... by car
The thing is that it manages to bring back some of the sensations of back then... not only due to its retro graphics, the simplicity of the objectives (finish in the first position, beat the countdown) or its settings,but also due to other details such as its arcade playability or music by Barry Leitch, composer of the soundtracks of Top Gear, Rush and Lotus Turbo Challenge.
- 16-bit graphics emulation.
- 17 unlockable cars.
- 73 different tracks.
- Updateable cars.
- Music written by Barry Leitch.
- Different climatic situations.
- 7 different control modes (including a gamepad).
- Global leaderboards.