The game was released in arcades in and for the Sega Mega Drive in and is an arcade racing game in the style of Formula One. Although the original arcade version of the game consisted of the one circuit, a re-imagination of the Circuit de Monaco, the Sega Mega Drive port has a world championship mode, which consists of 16 race weekends. The F1 season is used as a basis for circuits and drivers, although the drivers only loosely resemble the real world counterparts. The arcade version of the game is simpler in design than the Mega Drive counterpart, featuring only the one track.
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Super Monaco GP [a] is a Formula One racing simulation video game released by Sega , originally as a Sega X Board arcade game in , followed by ports for multiple video game consoles and home computers in the early s. It is the sequel to the arcade game Monaco GP. The arcade game consists of one race, the Monaco Grand Prix , but later ports added more courses and game modes based on the Formula One World Championship. The arcade game contained parodies of actual brands that were sponsors in Formula One, which led to a lawsuit from Philip Morris over advertising of tobacco products. British developer U. Gold published ports to computers.
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Monaco in a great place to be this time of the year. All the drivers know what this means, because they all came for the biggest race of the year. There are people everywhere waiting for the contest to start, but Jack seems to go into the town looking for coins and points, to get it and improve his racing car. Helping drive around and get ready for the race.
The Citizen Kane of the bit era. Possibly the most realistic game of its era, it actually felt like you were driving a radio-controlled car in three glorious, isometric dimensions. Tough, wobbly 4x4 action endorsed by tough, wobbly 4x4 racer Ivan Stewart.