Indianapolis 500 is an old DOS racing simulation game developed by Papyrus Design Group in 1989 from an original idea by David Kaemmer. Indianapolis 500 can be enjoyed in single player mode. It's available for download.
"If you have access to a PC or compatible, then this is one of those state-of-the-art pograms, like Bomber, that you just have to have. The vector graphics will astound you, and the speed will impress you even more. Of course 386 owners will really feel the speed benefits, but don't ignore the program if you have a slower machine. On a standard PC you will have to make do with the usual dying bee sounds, but the program does drive some of the add-on sound board available for the PC if you really want a purr as you rev up. Easily one of the best PC titles to emerge this year." - ACE Magazine
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Player modes: single player
Input: keyboard, joystick
Graphics: CGA, EGA, Tandy, MCGA, VGA
Sound cards supported: Adlib, PC speaker, Tandy, Roland
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