OutRun 3D is a 1989 racing game for the Sega Master System published by Sega, which makes use of the 3-D Glasses add-on for the system. It is largely the same as the 1987 Master System conversion of the OutRun arcade game. Like all 3D Master System games, OutRun 3D uses a flickering effect to create the illusion of depth. The game has the option of a standard 2D mode, since the 3D mode will only work with the 3-D Glasses peripheral.
This version is notable for removing two of the game's three traditional racing tracks (Passing Breeze and Splash Wave) and adding three others (Midnight Highway, Color Ocean and Shining Wind) in their place. Curiously, Color Ocean replaces the frequency for Passing Breeze (74.6) while Shining Wind replaces that of Splash Wave (80.3).
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Computer & Video Games (UK) #93: "July 1989" (1989-06-xx)
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