Man T.T.

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Man T.T.
System(s): Sega Fonz hardware
Publisher: Sega
Genre: Racing

Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade (discrete logic)
¥640,000[1] ?

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Man T.T., not to be confused with the later Manx TT, is a discrete logic arcade video game released by Sega in 1976. It is a motobike racing game, like Moto-Cross and Fonz.

The gameplay uses a motorcycle handle to achieve a realistic driving feel. Path-conscious 3D expression enhances the sense of realism. When the player collides or goes off the course, the screen flashes, and a touch-sensitive game element is added. The game uses actual race sounds played on a tape in the cabinet. If the player can drive 1000km within 45 to 100 seconds (depending on the cabinet's settings), the time will be extended.

Manx TT Super Bike (1995) can be considered a spiritual successor.



680 mm (26.772")
1.7 m (66.929")
1.56 m (61.417")

  • Mass: 125kg

Magazine articles

Main article: Man T.T./Magazine articles.

Promotional material

ManTT DiscreteLogic JP Flyer.pdf

JP Flyer
ManTT DiscreteLogic JP Flyer.pdf