Star Wars Episode I: Racer
Star Wars Episode 1 Racer
Series Grumpcade
Console Nintendo 64
Episodes 3
Playlist Star Wars Episode I Racer
Run February 17th, 2015 - February 19th, 2015
Status Quit
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Star Wars Episode I: Racer is a Nintendo 64 game played by Ross and Barry on Grumpcade.

It was sent to the show by James Linton.

Episodes Edit

  1. Use the Force!
  2. Spider Pool
  3. The Dark Side

Game Information Edit

Star Wars Episode I: Racer is a racing video game based on the pod race featured in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. As of 2011, the game holds the Guinness record as the best-selling sci-fi racing game, having worldwide sales of 3.12 million and beating other series like Wipeout and F-Zero.

Star Wars Episode I: Racer features a variety of tracks spanning several different planets. It includes all of the racers featured in the movie and more, including Teemto Pagalies, Dud Bolt, Mars Guo, and Ben Quadinaros.

The following is a list of different playing modes featured in the game:

  • Tournament: The primary game mode. Race for money to buy parts or pit droids, and unlock new tracks, racers, and upgrades. There is no difficulty setting in this mode.
  • Free Race: Allows you to practice any previously unlocked courses using any unlocked racer. However, you cannot earn money or unlock tracks and racers. You can, however, set the difficulty of your opponents.
  • Time Attack: The same as Free Race except you race against the clock constantly trying to improve your time. This mode is absent from the PC version in which, instead, the free play mode allows the player to set the number of computer opponents to 0.
  • 2 Player: Race against another real player on any unlocked course. You can adjust the difficulty, number, and speed of the computer opponents.
  • Multiplayer: Race against other players on a local network on any unlocked course. The PC version uses the deprecate. IPXprotocol in order to accomplish this, while the Macintosh version uses the TCP/IP stack. The multiplayer mode can support up to 8 players.
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