- Manufacturer: Vectorbeam
- Year: 1978
- Cabinet type: Upright
- Measures (WxHxD): 64,0 x 186,0 x 68,0 cm
- Working voltage: 220V
- Maximum consumption: 135,5W 0,85A
- Technology: Horizontal B/W vector monitor
In 1978, Space Wars creator, not happy with the Cinematronics economic contract, founded Vectorbeam, which in addition to reproducing its own version of the first vector game, created other games, like this driving game. The game takes place on a three-dimensional subjective path with different characters appearing on the sides to distract the driver (including a cow and an airplane!), and sometimes the driver has to avoid other cars or police blocks too. The car takes speed very quickly so it is very difficult to proceed without accidents. The game has a single pedal (acceleration) and a 4-speed gear.
The cabinet in the collection is in good condition from the point of view of electronics and operation, while the control panel is quite worn although the graphics are intact. In general it is an extraordinary piece of the ’70s, rare and exceptionally ahead for its time.