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Controls[edit]

  • Steering Wheel: Use the joystick to steer your car just as you would with any real car; in MAME, the equivalent for it is the left and right arrow keys.
  • Gas Pedal: Step on the gas pedal to accelerate your car; in MAME, the equivalent is the left Ctrl key, but you may wish to change it to the up arrow.
  • Break Pedal: Step on the break pedal to decelerate your car; in MAME, the equivalent is the left Alt but you may wish to change to the down arrow.
  • Clutch Pedal: Step on this pedal to let the clutch in (or out); in MAME, the equivalent is the space bar, but you may wish to change it to the left Ctrl.
  • View Change Button: Use this button to change the view from the default first-person one to a third-person one (with the camera behind your car).
  • Gear Shifter: Use the gear shifter to change the gear your car is driving in; in MAME, the equivalent is the "Stick Shift" option in the "Dip Switches".

Cars[edit]

Player Car Team affiliation Other games advertised
1 AD2 Team Red Lightning 25.png Team Red Lightning (25) Pac-Man (1980), Dig Dug (1982), Motos (1985), Driver's Eyes (1990), Ridge Racer (1993)
2 AD2 Team Red Lightning 26.png Team Red Lightning (26) Pac-Man (1980), Dig Dug (1982), Motos (1985), Driver's Eyes (1990), Ridge Racer (1993)
3 AD2 Team Blue Castle 3.png Team Blue Castle (3) Motos (1985), Dirt Fox (1989), Galaxian³ (1990), Air Combat (1992)
4 AD2 Team Blue Castle 4.png Team Blue Castle (4) Motos (1985), Dirt Fox (1989), Galaxian³ (1990), Air Combat (1992)
5 AD2 Team Yellow Cyclone 17.png Team Yellow Cyclone (17) Motos (1985), Winning Run (1988), Four Trax (1989), Solvalou (1991), Gun Bullet (1994), NOURS (Namco's PR magazine)
6 AD2 Team Yellow Cyclone 18.png Team Yellow Cyclone (18) Motos (1985), Winning Run (1988), Four Trax (1989), Solvalou (1991), Gun Bullet (1994), NOURS
7 AD2 Team Green Island 11.png Team Green Island (11) Motos (1985), Galaxian³ (1990), Steel Gunner (1990), Lucky & Wild (1992), Final Lap R (1993)
8 AD2 Team Green Island 12.png Team Green Island (12) Motos (1985), Galaxian³ (1990), Steel Gunner (1990), Lucky & Wild (1992), Final Lap R (1993)

Some of the games advertised were Japan-only; the Team Red Lightning cars also have the word "Polygonizer" (which was the nickname for the retired Namco System 21 hardware) on their spoilers, and the track also features advertisements for the aforementioned Four Trax, Driver's Eyes and Solvalou (there is also one featuring the four racing teams' initials of RL, BC, YC and GI, and two for this game, asking the question "Who's the ACE DRIVER?").