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Vroom
ECS/OCS
Vroom - Double Barrel Screenshot
Information 13 reviews 1 manual Cheatcode 3 weblinks
8 screenshots 2 boxscans 1 diskscan 1 miscshot 2 conversions Gamemap
Information
Year of the first release1992LicenseCommercial
Number of disks (or CD)1PublisherLankhor - Worldwide
Number max of players2Budget publisher
Simultaneous max players2DeveloperLankhor
LanguageEnglish
ArtistsCoder : Christian Droin
Coder : Daniel Macré (Daniel McRae)
Coder : Jean-Luc Langlois
Graphician : Dominique Sablons
Graphician : Stéphane Polard
Musician : André Bescond
Musician : Jean-Luc Langlois
Language in manualEnglish
French
German
HardwareECS
OCS
Amiga original gameno
Have cheatcodeno
Have SPS releaseyes
WHD installyesWHD information
AuthorMr.Larmer
Updated  2006-06-04 18:52:08
HD installunknownHD notes
Genre
CategoryRacing
SubcategoryRacing - Competitive
Dimension2D
QuickmatchModem/Online Multiplayer Support
QuickmatchPole Position
QuickmatchSerial/Null-Modem Multiplayer Support
ScrolltypeInto Screen
ThemeTransport - Car
ViewpointFirst Person
Conversion hardwareAtari ST/E
PC (DOS)
Sinclair QL
Conversion notes

Based on 1986 Daniel Macré/Pyramide Sinclair QL release WROOM! (aka VROOM); Amiga conversion ported from 1991 Lankhor Atari ST release.
PC versions: VGA

Classic compilationMetallic Power
Relationshiphas a data disk: Vroom Data Disk
is a precursor to Vroom Multi-Player
Page views: 4165 - Last update: 6th January 2020
Rarity: One version is common, at least one other version is rare One version is common, at least one other version is rareOne version is common, at least one other version is rare
Notes:  

[1] Coding by Daniel Macré (68K game engine, physics, artificial intelligence, menus), Jean-Luc Langlois (Amiga optimisations, game engine additions, AI, mouse/joystick control) and Christian Droin (track editor + other tools; compression, file system + other environment functions; serial/null modem support).
Graphics by Dominique Sablons and Stéphane Polard. Music by André Bescond and sound FX by Jean-Luc Langlois.

[2] Distributed by Ubi Soft in the UK, Bomico in Germany and by Pactronics in Australasia.

[3] Game features digital sound, joystick/mouse control, savegames (championship races only) and 2-player serial/null modem support across platforms (i.e. Amiga/ST).

[4] More info. about game development is provided in the "History of VROOM (1986-1995)" documentary (in French with English/Japanese subtitles), featuring creator Daniel Macré. [Source: Wasabim, courtesy of Youtube]


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