David Wainwright

Championship Sprint

Championship Sprint

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

This is the sequel to the coin-op hit Super Sprint. One or two players race the 8 new tracks which once again are shown from an overhead view of the racetrack. There are some obstacles, like the whirlwind or oil-slicks, which should keep you from going around the track too easily. But Championship Sprint is not only an update with 8 new tracks. The main improvement is a complete track editor. With this you have the freedom to construct unlimited tracks, with all kind of obstacles and you even can set options like number of laps and number of players.

Gisburne's Castle

Gisburne's Castle

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

Guy of Gisburne, treacherous henchman of the Sheriff of Nottingham, has captured Maid Marion. In his heavily defended castle, he holds her as bait. Become Robin of Foxley, the hooded man on a mission of rescue and vengeance. The game was originally published by Martech in 1984 and reissued in 1988 on the Ricochet label.

Super Sprint

Super Sprint

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Super Sprint is a racing game for one or two players, with the Arcade version allowing three players to race at the same time. Gameplay is from an overhead view of the racetrack. The racetracks start simple and gradually get more complicated, and may also feature obstacles ranging from traffic cones to tornadoes. Occasionally wrenches will appear in the roadway, and when collected they can be used after a race to power up your car with better tires, better acceleration or a higher top speed.

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