|Rock N' Roll Racing|
|Developer(s)||Silicon & Synapse|
Mass Media (GBA)
Blizzard Classic Arcade (GBA)
|System(s)||Super Famicom, SNES, Mega Drive, Genesis, Game Boy Advance|
|Players||Single player, Multiplayer|
|Followed by||Rock N' Roll Racing II: Red Asphalt|
|Twitch||Rock N' Roll Racing Channel|
|YouTube Gaming||Rock N' Roll Racing Channel|
Rock N' Roll Racing is a combat racing game for the Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo, and Game Boy Advance, released by Silicon & Synapse (now Blizzard Entertainment) in 1993. The gameplay is quite similar to Silicon & Synapse's earlier RPM Racing for the Super Nintendo.
While the overall objective is to come in first at the end of each race, the drivers' cars are also equipped with weapons to blast the competition out of the way as well as special devices to give a temporary speed boost. Winning players earn money which can be used to purchase several different cars, and each can have its various features upgraded.