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The logo for Rally-X.
Publisher(s)Namco, Midway Games
Year introduced1980

Rally-X is a series of three racing-style maze games that were released by Namco between 1980 and 1996. The first two games in the series ran on the company's Pac-Man hardware, while the third and final title in the series was released as part of that compilation arcade game of Namco Classics Collection Vol. 2 (along with carbon copies of its two predecessors).

  • Rally-X (1980): The original title in the series was the first game from Namco to use a horizontal monitor, and was also the first of only three pre-M6809 Namco games whose scores did not roll over at 1,000,000 - the other two were its sequel New Rally-X, and Bosconian (which were both released in the following year). Its lasting legacy was to be "Special Flags", which later went on to reappear in a total of twelve other Namco games over a period of sixteen years - and they include Xevious, Libble Rabble, Gaplus, Sky Kid, and Sky Kid Deluxe.
  • New Rally-X (1981): The second title in the series was, as mentioned above, the second of the three pre-M6809 Namco games whose scores did not roll over at 1,000,000. It also changed the appearances of the cars and the colours of the mazes, introduced a new, better soundtrack, and introduced a "Lucky Flag" which would refuel your car when collected.

Pages in category "Rally-X"

The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.