Motor Mania screenshot
Motor Mania gameplay screenshot
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Shareware ($15-17)
Single player
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Motor Mania screenshot
Motor Mania gameplay screenshot
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Motor Mania is a CGA PC interpretation of the classic Excitebike game. It plays similarly to the Nintendo classic; the author mentions basing it on the arcade game, but the registered version supposedly includes a track editor, so I imagine they had some knowledge of the NES port as well. The game involves driving your motorcycle to the finish line as fast as possible. The track is littered with ramps and other obstacles that can slow you down. Don't overheat by using your turbo too much! The controls are not too obvious (F9 and F10 keys are used for accelerate and turbo, respectively) though they may have made more sense on 1989 keyboards. Also the game for some reason reboots the computer (or closes DOSBox) when you quit the game.
Up Change one lane in an upward direction
Down Change one lane in a downward direction
Left Rotate bike in a counter clock-wise direction
Right Rotate bike in a clock-wise direction
F9 Accelerate
F10 Turbo (be careful or you'll overheat)
Ctrl+Scroll Lock Return to menu
Esc Pause
Enter Select on menus
Press F9 on the "Race Entry" screen to begin the race!

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CTRL-F12 attempts to speed up game, CTRL-F11 attempts to slow it down. See Instructions section above for help playing the game!

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Motor Mania, #947. Added to website: 2019-07-25. All copyrights, trademarks, etc, are property of their respective holders.
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