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Players Software
Nigel Speight
1991
Arcade: Race 'n' Chase
£2.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K/128K
Unspecified custom loader

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Nick Roberts
Chris Bourne

The perfect setting: Miami on a hot sunny day. You've got your Mustang Cobra GT and a chick in the passenger seat, what more could you want? You set off on the race of your life, through mountain ranges, inner city landscapes, rolling countryside and tree lined avenues.

Each level is made up of lour stages which are displayed on the map at the top left of the screen. The route is packed full of sharp bends so glancing at the map occasionally to give yourself advance warning is essential. The two gears on your Mustang are not enough to get you through the game, that's why you have a turbo boost! But beware, you can only use it eight times on each level.

It's a bit of a shame the graphics in Miami Cobra GT are not better drawn; the game would almost be on par with such racers as Lotus Turbo Esprit. They're not bad though, they just look very 'budget game' . Play is excellent, speeding past all the buildings and zipping around the corners is great fun. Miami Cobra GT is tremendous value for money, even if the logo on the inlay is very Miami Vice!

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