From Sega Retro
|System(s): Sega Fonz hardware|
|Number of players: 1|
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Moto-Cross is a 1976 discrete logic motorcycle racing game produced by Sega. The point of the game is to drive a motorcycle as fast as possible on the track without hitting other bikes or skidding off the road; the player receives 10 points per second at the slowest speed and 10 points per half-second at top speed. Passing 1000 kilometers activates extended play. The game is controlled with a motorcycle handlebar interface; players twist to throttle the engine and crashes causes force feedback on the handlebars. Sound in the game is controlled by a tape deck.
|Discrete Logic, US|