Abandonware DOS title

Grand Prix 2

MicroProse Software developed the DOS racing game Grand Prix 2 in 1995. Grand Prix 2 is currently NOT abandonware, runs on DOS and can be played in single player, multiplayer (hotseat, LAN / local, Modem) modes.
Grand Prix 2 screenshot
Rating: 4.1
(72 votes)
NOT abandonware (why?)
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Screenshots

Screenshots were taken by Abandonware DOS.
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Video

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Additional info

Facts, trivia and collector's notes are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. These texts use material from this Wikipedia article.

Grand Prix 2 was made under an official FIA license that featured the Formula One 1994 season, with all of the circuits, teams, drivers and cars. The cars were painted with liveries reflecting the races that did not allow tobacco and beer sponsors (e.g. 1994 British Grand Prix).

The game was developed by Geoff Crammond as a follow up to 1991's Formula One Grand Prix (which was known as World Circuit in the US).

Because of its revolutionary true-to-reality style, programmers began to crack the code. The first known Track Editor was built by Andy Barganski, and a collection of new circuits built using this editor were published (commercially) by Instant Access Int Ltd. René Smit and Frank Ahnert created Gp2lap, that read the track files from the hard-disk instead of the CD, so track editing would be possible.

players: single player, multiplayer (hotseat, LAN / local, Modem)

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