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Cycle Race: Road Man

Released December 17, 1988 · consists of 1 releases.

A cycling racing game developed by Advance Communication and published by Tokyo Shoseki for the NES, released in Japan only.

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Cycle Race: Road Man

First release date December 17, 1988
Platform Nintendo Entertainment System
Developer Advance Communication Company
Publisher Tokyo Shoseki Co., Ltd.
Genre Sports , Driving/Racing
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Overview

Cycle Race - Road Man, sometimes with the subtitle Gekisou!! Nihon Isshou 4000km, is a top-down cycling racing game for the NES. The player needs to tap the B button to build up speed and then use the D-pad to guide the cyclist along the road without crashing or slowing down too much. However, the player must be aware of the cyclist's damage (which drops each time the cyclist crashes) and power (which acts as the cyclist's stamina and drops if the player pedals too much) as the race will be over if either bar completely empties.

The player can select from four teams (from the four respective countries of Japan, USA, Italy and France) and choose between five cyclists in each team, each with a different assortment of strengths and weaknesses. After each race (or stage of the race, as this is a 4000km marathon) the player can earn points they can invest into a new bicycle with better stats.

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Specific release details

Cycle Race - Road Man
Cycle Race - Road Man
Platform Nintendo Entertainment System
Region Japan
Developer Advance Communication Company
Publisher Tokyo Shoseki Co., Ltd.
Release date N/A
Product code None
Company code TKS-G7
Rating
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players N/A
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
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