Chevy Chase
Copyright/Publisher: PAL Developments/Hi-Tec Software, Music By: Julian Potts,
Coding By: Anthony Wilson & Nigel Speight, Original Concept: Nigel Speight,
Release Year: 1991, Genre: Racing Sports, Number Of Players: 1

Can you race/make it across Los Angeles from Malibu to Laguna in this wheel spinning, rubber burning, hand-brake pulling, garage stopping all action game.

Hop into your Classic 59 Chevy Belair, with its massive V8 engine and make it from Malibu to Laguna in time to meet your girlfriend, who will be waiting for you outside Rubys' diner.

But beware: some of your friends would love to get there first and are racing against you trying to beat you at every turn

At the start you can choose the type of car you wish to race/drive and its colour. Along the way are a number of repair shops where you can pull in for a new bumper, new tyres, nitro boost (for better acceleration), fuel injection (to increase your top speed), and automatic gears.

The game travels through different levels, scenery and with a variety of natural hazards to avoid, including tunnels you will have to drive through.

To be first at the diner, you must beat them all whilst keeping your car in good condition; otherwise you will lose power and your speed will be reduced.

So choose your motor and get started. At the end awaits an empty parking space outside the Laguna diner. Are you skilled enough to get there on time?

Your objective is to drive through four levels with each level being made up of 4 sections, to meet your girlfriend/boyfriend outside the diner at Laguna avoiding all other cars. The high score is displayed on the dashboard.

Shops will appear now and again and you can uprate your car;

New Bumper - When you hit other cars, this will not slow you down as much.
New Tyres - These give better cornering.
Nitro Boost - Gives better acceleration.
Fuel Injection - Increases top speed.
Auto Gears - Automatically changes gear according to speed.

You may only have one item from the shop at any one visit. On your journey you will encounter tunnels. These will have lights in them but the road will be darker than normal. Each new section is signified by a 'section complete' message and a change in colour of the sky.