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Speeding on the A 81 + Bonus   [2016]

Speeding on the A 81 + Bonus Released by :
Technische Maschinenfabrik

Release Date :
12 March 2016

Type :
C64 Game

User rating:**********  9.6/10 (9 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... DATA-LAND of Technische Maschinenfabrik
Music .... DATA-LAND of Technische Maschinenfabrik
Graphics .... DATA-LAND of Technische Maschinenfabrik
Idea .... DATA-LAND of Technische Maschinenfabrik
Concept .... DATA-LAND of Technische Maschinenfabrik
Docs .... DATA-LAND of Technische Maschinenfabrik
Test .... Exploding First of Technische Maschinenfabrik, The Stock
Help .... Exploding First of Technische Maschinenfabrik, The Stock

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/147010/SOTA81.zip (downloads: 917)

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User Comment
Submitted by Sokrates on 13 March 2016
I already had the possibility to play this using a PC steering wheel: this really brings racing experience to a new level on the C64! Thanks to everyone involved!
User Comment
Submitted by Thierry on 12 March 2016
like it !
User Comment
Submitted by G-Force on 12 March 2016
Reminds me of a watch game i used to play on with my friend in the early 80's.
Simply addictive & brilliant.
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 12 March 2016
Big fun, really makes me think of having a real hardware paddles session :)

+1 for the hilarious road signs Villingen Schwenningen FTW!!!elf!
User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 12 March 2016
Did you test drive the A81? ;-)

Marvellous as usual - steering wheels on the 64!
User Comment
Submitted by DATA-LAND on 12 March 2016
Welcome to this 1-player highway racer with 24 classical car models!

But we've got another good news for you! Yes - you see right! Our new game can be played with joysticks, paddles and used PC steering wheels (old generation with game port connector)! :)

Many sceners and i always wished to use steering wheels on the C 64. So we're very happy to find 5 hardware experts to develop an interface. In about 4 months we must solved lots of problems and we've got 2 primary objectives: The users shouldn't modify the wheels and it must be 100% compatible to existing software with paddle support. Now we're very proud of our competent hardware team for constructing the wheel adapter "Jocopod"! This is a fine and universal "Plug & Play" solution. You can use it for "Speeding On The A 81", but also for old games like "Le Mans" and "Night Driver". A special innovation of the Jocopod technology is the "digital mode" for games, which has only a joystick support. The firmware of the Jocopod can be upgraded. Here you can find some information (GER & ENG):

This download contains the full version for PAL and NTSC with a bonus disk. Also you can order a plastic case collectors edition by a German publisher, which also contains a DIN-A3 poster and stickers additionally:

In the manual you can find a list of a few proofed steering wheel models and of course some helpful tips for the game.

Have fun and a good trip! ;)
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