Track Meet is a track & field game developed and published by Interplay Entertainment (published by Hiro in Japan) for the Game Boy platform.
The game is known as Track Meet: Mezase! Barcelona in Japan and Litti's Summer Sports (endorsed by Pierre Littbarski) in Germany.
When starting a game of Track Meet players have three choices. There is a practice event mode which players can use to practice a specific event. There is also a two player mode in which two players can play together using a link cable, two Game Boys and two copies of the game.
The main mode in the game has players competing against five computer controlled opponents. There are seven different events to compete in, and the player with the most points at the end of the seven events is the winner.
Each of the computer controlled opponents have certain events that they are good at and bad at.