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Grand Prix Ultima Volta

rated 3.82 / 5 stars
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Mar 16, 2013 | 5:39 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place March 18, 2013

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Thank you ! 5 Points You watched the credits.
Bronze Trophy 10 Points You finished 3rd.
Promising Talents 10 Points You joined one of the younger and less experienced teams.
Traditional 10 Points You joined one of the oldest and most experienced teams.
Brutal Crash 25 Points You caused a red flag.
Silver Trophy 25 Points You finished 2nd.
The Whole Experience 25 Points You watched the intro.
Brasil ! 50 Points You did it like in 92.
Gold Trophy 50 Points You won the race !
Legendary ! 100 Points Even rain fears your skills.
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How To Play:

Steering - Arrow Keys or A, D
Toggle Quality - Q
Turn Rain effect On/Off - R

Overtake opponents by driving in the slipstream created by their cars. Just aim their rear light with your car's nose.

****The real challenge lures in the rain mode****

Just have a look to the instructions menu.

Hello Everyone,

this submission started as an experiment for a scripted racing something, but developed into a game over the last 18 months.

Imagine, it's the year 1992, you were coming home from school and booting up your 386 or high end 486 computer, just to play the latest F1 game.

Back in the 90s, I was a big fan of F1 and IndyCar.
Inspired by them and old racing games like the Grand Prix series, i made my own version.

The technique I used, is somewhat rare in this genre.
An on-rail racing game with dynamic player and AI.
Just like the old Megarace games.
Anyone remember these ?

Anyway, my technique is not the best for gameplay, because of the heavy limitations coming with it.
But I gave my very best to make something worth playing.

Well, enough talking, get in the seat of 15 different F1 cars of the 1992 season and fight for the win at monaco against the big names of the sport like Senna, Mansell & Schumacher.

Have fun in '92 and leave a comment :) Thank You !

Update August 22, 2013 - minor fixes



Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is created in 1992? 7 years before pico's School?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Senna in 1994 dead


Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's a pretty fun game with very, very nice details. You can really see that the develepor took his time to do this. Unfortunately the gameplay is a little bit repetitive as there is only one track. I still give it 4 Stars though :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I have been playing all kinds of racing games for 15 years. From Simulators to Arcade. Consoles, hand-held, PC, pretty much everything.

The concept of this game is simple enough, and that is what makes it so excellent.
At first I found it hard to understand how I can control the car since all I can do is steer. But even then, with only the steering under my control, I still found it VERY challenging.

A more polished user interface would make this game far more appealing.
Also, if it is possible, to use cell-shading for a massive boost of colors and graphics.

Overall, this is a brilliant game that is nothing short than spectacular. I must complete it!

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Nocito87 responds:

Thank you so much for playing the game and for writing this great review !
Reading this, really makes me happy and definitely motivates me to give everything i can to make a more enjoyable sequel. I will give my very best to enhance the graphics and to add some more options for the player to adjust the game for personal demands.
This will be challenging, but i will try. I can't say, how long it will take to make this, but I'm already working on it :)
Thanks again, i really appreciate your review !


Rated 5 / 5 stars

do any of you know anyone who has 1000 points in medals