Super R.C. Pro-Am ROM

Super R.C. Pro-Am rom
When focusing on the main objectives, Super R.C. Pro-Am is about 2 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 4 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
 
Super R.C. Pro-Am features 24 tracks against 3 computer controlled cars.

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Download the official Super R.C. Pro-Am ROM in the (USA and European) version for the Game Boy Advance handheld consoles. To fully utilize a GB ROM game, use our Cheats, Rom Hacks and GBA Roms sections. You can open the Super R.C. Pro-Am ROM or GB file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.

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Super R.C. Pro-Am is a racing video game developed by Rare and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. It was released in North America in June 1991 and in Europe on April 23, 1992; it was re-released in 1998 as part of Nintendo’s Player’s Choice series, which included all Game Boy titles which sold over one million copies.

It is the follow-up to the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) title R.C. Pro-Am, in which players race remote control cars from an out-of-vehicle perspective on a series of 24 tracks, avoiding obstacles and collecting items to improve performance in order to finish in the top three and qualify for the next track. The game can be played solo against three computer opponents, or two to four players can play simultaneously via the Game Link Cable or the Four Player Adapter.

Super R.C. Pro-Am is a racing video game that is similar to its predecessor, R.C. Pro-Am, for the NES. In the game, players race remote control cars on a series of tracks. It can be played solo, with two-players via the Game Link Cable, or with three or four players via the Four Player Adapter. The game features 24 different tracks of increasing difficulty, and the object is to finish in the top three in order to qualify to race in the next track.

Players who do not finish in the top three may use a continue and retry the track; players get three continues, and the game ends when the player fails to finish in the top three and has no continues remaining. Each track is different and range from standard ovals to tracks with many twists and turns. The game includes many obstacles, such as oil slicks that send players spinning.

Puddles of water that cause players to slide out of control, sand traps and “slow cones” that slow players down, large cones that bring players to a complete halt, and walls of tires that players bounce off. If a player hits an oil slick and then hits a wall while spinning, the player’s car is temporarily destroyed, which loses time.

The tracks also has items that help players along the way: “zippers” (a series of chevrons on the track) give players a speed boost, roll cages allow players to hit walls without being destroyed and allow them to crash opponents by forcing them into walls, and missiles and bombs temporarily destroy opponents’ cars. Also on the track are spare parts which help improve performance—tires improve traction, batteries increase acceleration, and engines improve speed.

File Name

Super R.C. Pro-Am

File Size

80.9KB

Version

1.0

Release Date

North America: June 1991
Europe: April 23, 1992

Genre

Racing

Developer

Rare Ltd.

Platform

Game Boy

Region

USA, Europe

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