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Motor City Patrol

Motor City Patrol

Motor City Patrol is a top-down driving game released in 1992 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Motor City Patrol was one in a line of video games that tied into the Matchbox brand of die-cast model vehicles, like police cars, ambulances, fire trucks, and earth-moving construction machines. It was developed by Source Research & Development Ltd. and published by Matchbox International Ltd. The Motor City game was designed by Eddie Gill, principal designer and founder of Source R & D. The graphics were developed by Ross Harris, John Cassells and Chris Gill, with programming by Ian Richards. This was the first game developed by Source for the NES. The game style was considere ... more on Wikipedia

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#45 of 64 The Best NES Racing Games 1.2k VOTES If you owned a NES at any time during your life, then it's safe to say there were probably a few racing games in your collec...