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Geoff Crammond's Formula One Grand Prix (World Circuit), Racing, 1992



Developer: MicroProse Ltd.

Publisher: MicroProse Ltd.

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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AmigaAtari STPC


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ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-03-04 20:40

Genuinely surprised by the fact that this hasn't been on the website yet because it is one of the most famous F1 games out there. And before you ask, I actually own a genuine copy of this game which is why I know Powerplus published it. I may only be 14 years old but I certainly enjoy the classics.

martin07 (0)

2012-03-05 22:09

I remeber downloading this game from HOTU the graphics were cool and there cool now

Pablo1989 PL (12)

2012-03-06 20:12

First Grand Prix game whoa :D

thunderchild84

2012-03-10 10:37

I bought this for my Amiga 600 when it was new (or should I say my parents did, I was 7). In fact I still have the console and the game somewhere... my plans for the weekend my have just changed :)

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