Abandonware DOS title

Test Drive

Test Drive is an abandoned racing game designed by Mike Benna, Don A. Mattrick, Kevin P. Pickell, Brad Gour, Bruce Dawson, Amory Wong, Rick Friesen, developed by Distinctive Software and released by Accolade in 1987. Test Drive runs on DOS. Download the game here. Test Drive is part of the Test drive game series.

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Main executable file (run this to play the game): testdrv1/tdh.exe

DOS Games can't run on Windows. You need an emulator such as DOSbox and/or a front-end like D-Fend Reloaded. Follow these instructions to run DOS games on Windows systems.

Additional info about Test Drive

Keyboard controls: A - Z: gear shift; arrow keys: steer left right, accelerate, decelerate.

Input: joystick, keyboard

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk

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Comments

  • vikdriver - 26/09/2019 22:29
    Very nice game, played it in the early 90s. Controls are the only downside, while until today I thought it is not possible to steer and accelerate or brake at the same time. Today I played this game here via "play in browser" option. Thank you for that. I recommend playing using numeric keys, because you can use 7 for accelerate+steer left, 9 for accelerate+steer right. Still not very comfortable, but thanks to this I run immediately in the top of high scores! Which is the game probably not keeping, but if you want challenge: 911: 46 432 and Testarossa: 58 092 :)
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