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N1 is first example of a first person racing game and included basic simulation features such as gear changes.

Released only on an Arcade platform in selected parts of Europe, sightings were rare, but the title was seen by Atari’s Dave Shepperd after the German IMA show in Spring 1976 and was then cloned as Atari’s Night Driver for Arcade and Atari 2600 systems

Released: 1976
Profile Updated: Oct 20, 2023
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