Title Test Drive Game Type Driving Company Accolade Players 1 Compatibility OCS? Submission Richard Welfare Review Before I even bought my first A500, way back in 1990, a friend had an A1000. Brought up on a diet of Spectrums and Commodore 64s, we were in awe. Test Drive was the first game I played on an Amiga of any kind. The intro, with the guy rolling down the window of the Porsche and grinning before driving off blew us all away. The graphics at the time were something else. In the game itself, the graphics were excellent for the time - realistic car dashboard etc. Okay, so the scaling of the other cars was dodgy but you didn't notice those things at the time. In these days of 16Mb graphics cards, a 1/2 meg A500 being able to produce this was pretty good. The sound was good - each car (Corvette, Lamborghini Countach, Lotus Esprit, Porsche 911 and Ferrari Testarossa) had a distinctive sound which presumably sounded like the real thing. Like I've driven one! The premise was simple - drive from petrol station to petrol station as fast as possible. Okay, so the game was easy to beat, but with 5 different cars and average speeds given for each level, there was variety available. Outrunning the cops would give a rush too. I think that this game was responsible for at least 3 people buying an A500, myself included.