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Platform: Arcade

Region: NTSC-U

Country: United States of America

Developer(s): Namco

Publishers(s): Midway Manufacturing

ReleaseDate: 1981-03-01

Players: 2

Co-op: No

New Rally-X

Also know as: Nyū Rarī-Ekkusu | ニューラリーX

New Rally-X is a 1981 arcade maze chase video game developed and released by Namco in Japan on February 6, 1981, followed by a USA release by Midway Manufacturing on March 1, 1981. New Rally-X runs on similar hardware to that of its predecessor, Rally-X, and as its name suggests, it is a revised version of that title, which was released in the previous year. The only differences are that it has slightly enhanced graphics, easier gameplay, a new soundtrack, and a "Lucky Flag" (with the letter "L") that gives the player extra points for remaining fuel when collected, after which the round will continue if there are still flags remaining. The mazes are mostly identical, with some of the blocks from Rally-X changed into roads to reduce dead ends, and some different flag (and rock) locations. This title was manufactured in greater numbers and was much more popular (at least in Japan) than its predecessor.

Trailer: YouTube

ESRB Rating: E - Everyone

Genre(s): Action

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