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Old 03 June 2015, 15:06   #20
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Playing F1GP again more recently I was surprised that it didn't feel amazingly fast. But don't forget you can use Alt-D to adjust the detail level - for Monaco, Phoenix and the starts that did make a difference. The fact that it needed a third-party shareware program to unlock full speed despite being a system-legal game sadly tells you how slow the Amiga market was to keep up with the PC in terms of processors/hard drives/memory etc.

But hey, I loved it back in the day, probably got more hooked on F1 by it as well. F1 from Domark felt like a very good arcade racer, somewhere between F1GP and something like Lotus 2.
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