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Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat is a 3-player racing game which made its debut on the arcade before its release for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992. The game bears a similar visual style and gameplay mechanics when compared to the more popular Super Off Road, as both games were developed by the same developer. The game features 5 cars racing simultaneously on a circuit composed of 15 races (on 14 different tracks) with racing elements such as crashes, pit stops, and fuel loss in the mix. Upgrades can be performed on a car after each race, with the amount of upgrades allowed depending on where the driver finished for that race.

Tracks


Phoenix

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Vancouver

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Indianapolis

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Long Beach

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Detroit

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Pocono

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Cleveland

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Meadowlands

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Toronto

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Michigan

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Lexington

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Elkhart Lake

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Monterey

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Denver

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Indianapolis

  • Laps: 12

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