Regular readers will already know my love of this game, thankfully I was one of the first to get my hands on this beautiful boxed copy of Turbo Sprint from the legend that is McGeezer.
Rather than play in on my Amiga 1200 or heavens forbid… dirty emulation, I saved myself and opted for a glorious moment with my beloved Amiga CD32. Sporting a TF330, Turbo Sprint played like butter and was every bit as enjoyable as I’d hoped. Shame the same can’t be said for the OSSC. It really seems to struggle with interlaced games so please excuse the capture quality.
I don’t have to tell you how damn good this game is. It’s fast, fluid and just a damn good crack. I can’t wait until after lock down to enjoy this with some fellow Amiga enthusiasts and a few beers, this game will really shine in multiplayer. It’s a true successor to Super Sprint in so many ways, stunning graphics, epic gameplay and playable by up to 4 players on a single machine.
You need to play this game, but don’t take my word for it. We’re giving away a downloadable copy of Turbo Sprint to one lucky Amiga enthusiast, kindly donated by McGeezer himself. Simply like and comment on our video below for your chance to win. We’ll draw the lucky winners in a weeks time (29th). If you like the video please consider subscribing to our channel too and check out some of our other Amiga videos.
If you can’t wait that long then you can still order your copy – check out https://mcgeezer.itch.io/turbo-sprint – you won’t be disappointed.
I’d like to thank McGeezer again for the give away copy and for releasing such a great game. I feel honoured have been part of the beta testing and look forward to future release – when he’s finally come to terms with the pain of building and shipping out all those boxes.