Road Fighter Cheats, Tricks

Road Fighter (ロードファイター, Rōdo Faitā) is a racing arcade game developed by Konami and released in December 1984. It also was the first racing game from Konami. The goal is to reach the finish line within the stages without running out of time, hitting other cars or running out of fuel (fuel is refilled by hitting a special type of car). The game also spawned two sequels in its time, Midnight Run: Road Fighter 2 in 1995 and Winding Heat in 1996, respectively. A Japan-only rebooted sequel was also released in 2010, 14 years after Winding Heat.
Cheat codes, console commands, secrets:
Fuel Car Bonuses:
The rainbow fuel cars award the following bonuses as
long as the player does not crash:

1st Car: 300 pts
2nd Car: 500 pts
3rd Car: 1000 pts
4th Car: 2000 pts
5th Car: 3000 pts
6th Car: 4000 pts
7th Car: 5000 pts
8 or more: 10000 pts

Fuel Car Lanes:
Four fuel cars appear per stage, provided the player
does not crash around the point where the car should
appear. The cars always appear in the same lane
configuration as follows, where the leftmost lane is 1.

Stage 1: 1,2,4,3
Stage 2: 1,2,1,2
Stage 3: 2,4,3,2
Stage 4: 3,1,2,1
Stage 5: 1,2,1,1(2) Car changes lane if you take your time.
Stage 6: 4,1,2,2

Rank Bonus:
The bonus system awards points at the end of each stage
dependent on your current rank. To get maximum points
(10000) you must achieve or better the following positions:

Stage 1: 32
Stage 2: 25
Stage 3: 19
Stage 4: 11
Stage 5: 6
Stage 6: 1
Cheat codes, console commands, secrets and system requirements for Road Fighter free online.

Game description

Arcade, MSX, NES, Mobile Phone, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Android
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Racing Midnight Run: Road Fighter 2 is the sequel to Road Fighter, released in arcades in March 1996, and on the PlayStation in 1997. While the arcade version was released worldwide, the PlayStation version was only released in Japan and Europe. In Europe, the PlayStation version is just titled Midnight Run, removing the Road Fighter connection. Its main selling point was that it allows the player to shift back and forth between manual and automatic transmission during races. Although different from the 2-D Road Fighter, the scenery is similar to other racing games set in Japan such as Initial D Arcade Stage and Wangan Midnight, except the cars are not licensed. The player also has a unique selection of normal cars and tuned cars. Car list[edit] Honda NSX Toyota Supra Mazda RX-7 Nissan Skyline GT-R Porsche 911 (non-playable) Mercedes-Benz SL500 (non-playable) Reception[edit] Reviewing the arcade version, Next Generation praised the support for up to four players, challenging AI, multiple tracks, ability to switch between manual and automatic mid-race, tight controls, powerslides, car selection, and generally fast-paced racing, but nonetheless concluded the game to be only slightly above average, and scored it three out of five stars. Winding Heat[edit] Winding HeatDeveloper(s)KonamiPublisher(s)KonamiComposer(s)Mutsuhiko IzumiPlatform(s)ArcadeReleaseSeptember 1996Genre(s)Racing
Game Mode:
Single-player, multiplayer
Game Publisher:
Konami Japan