Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat

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Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat
System(s): Sega Mega Drive
Publisher: Tradewest
Developer: The Leland Corporation, Software Creations
Planned release date(s): 1993-02[1], 1993-06[2]
Genre: Racing
Number of players: 2
State before cancellation: Late in development
Status of prototype(s): Reproduction dumped
Sound driver: Sound Images v1.2

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Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat is a 1991 arcade game by Leland Corporation featuring American Indy Car driver Danny Sullivan. It was licensed to Tradewest who commissioned Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, NES and Sega Mega Drive ports for release in the following year.

While the NES version (developed by Rare) and computer versions (as Indy Heat) made it to store shelves, the Mega Drive version, despite reportedly being complete, did not. A prototype has since been unearthed and dumped, but was not released into the public domain - instead fifty physical cartridges were produced during a short production run in summer 2011.[3] The state of the prototype is not currently known.

Gameplay

Players control a Indycar. A is for acceleration, B for turbo and C for brakes.

Magazine articles

Main article: Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat/Magazine articles.

ROM dump status

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Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Mega Drive
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SHA-1 6e76ff6a74374cd9170a902c250a1674ef69fd56
2MB 1991 Repro cartridge Header possibly modified. Download.svg (245 kB) (info) Page

References


IndyCar games for Sega systems
Sega Mega Drive
Mario Andretti Racing (1994) | Newman-Haas IndyCar Featuring Nigel Mansell (1994) | Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat (unreleased)
Arcade
Indy 500 (1995)
Sega Saturn
Andretti Racing (1997) | IndyCar Racing II (unreleased)
Sega Dreamcast
Flag to Flag (1999)