At the third annual C4 Expo hosted by the Cincinnati Commodore Computer Club, the last weekend in June by at the Drawbridge Inn in Fort Mitchell, KY, eight lucky players got the chance to try out the new multiplayer C64 racing game NetRacer. Users networked 8 Commodore 64s together for head to head racing. The game reportedly supports joystick controls and features sound effects and scrolling animations. If you don’t have a Commodore 64, you can play
NetRacer on the Internet.
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