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F-Zero

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F-Zero

F-Zero is racing game. It features high-speed racing, unique characters and settings.

Features

F-Zero is a series of futuristic racing games. It is originally created by Nintendo EAD with multiple games developed by outside companies. The game mission is to compete for first place to advance to the next track and difficulty level. It requires player to beat opponents to the finish line while avoiding obstacles such as land mines and slip zones. By having F-Zero and Maximum Velocity, th…

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F-Zero

F-Zero is racing game. It features high-speed racing, unique characters and settings.

Features

F-Zero is a series of futuristic racing games. It is originally created by Nintendo EAD with multiple games developed by outside companies. The game mission is to compete for first place to advance to the next track and difficulty level. It requires player to beat opponents to the finish line while avoiding obstacles such as land mines and slip zones. By having F-Zero and Maximum Velocity, the player is given an approximate four second speed boost to use whenever for each lap completed. It features frictionless racing, which means that almost all cars have a suitably loose feel to them, and require skilled pilots to handle corners. The game features many tracks and skill levels, beyond the simplistic and yet challenging races. It utilizes vehicles – “F-Zero machines” to race. The machines are designed to hover, rather than travel on wheels. Furthermore, it can be linked up to up to four opponents via the link cable. Unlike multiplayer Game Boy games, it only needs one cartridge to do the linking.

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