Boat Race GP
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|Boat Race GP|
|System(s): Sega Model 2C CRX|
|Number of players: 1-8|
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Boat Race GP is a full-motion speedboat racing simulator released for Sega Model 3 arcade hardware in 1996. It is a very large and expensive attraction, and is only known to have existed at Sega's Joypolis centers in Japan.
The game consists of eight realistic speedboats, each in front of a large screen. Each unit is linked together to create an eight-player racing experience. Players steer their boat joystick to maneuver around the track, while the boats move and tilt along with the action of the game. The first player to cross the finish line is the winner.