Kikstart 2

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Kik-Start 2 is a bike racing videogame released for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. It enjoyed more success than it's prequel, Kik Start. The game allowed 2-player simultaneous (via a split-screen facility) or 1-player, vs-computer play. It is similar in premise and execution to the (much more recent) Gameboy game "Motocross Maniacs".

The basic premise of the game is to control a bike using acceleration, braking, "hopping" and "wheelies" to navigate across a course of various obstacles, from ramps and gates to telephone boxes and tyres.

The game was based on the BBC Television series of the same name.

Some obstacles only allowed travel across them in certain ways. For instance, fences and wooden beams can only be nagivated at low speed, without "hopping" or falling onto them. Tyres would only allow travel at high speeds, driving slowly will "throw" the rider. When a rider lands badly (i.e. with the front wheel first) or "falls off" an obstacle, they are catapulted a certain distance forward, imposing a certain time penalty because the player is not put back into the game until the screen has scrolled to a "safe" (i.e. flat) area of the course on which to restart the bike.

Players can either play against their opponent in a straight-out race to the finish post, or they can "win" by aggregated finishing times. Courses are played in sets of five, denoted by a letter of the alphabet and can be edited by the player using the built-in course designer. This allowed the user to place any obstacles on a blank track and later save and share completed courses.

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ZX Spectrum
Game year: 
Mastertronic Ltd.
Developed by: 
Mr Chip Software
Kikstart 2 - Cover Art ZX Spectrum
Also known as: 
"Kikstart II" -- In-game title

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