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Raw Thrills - The Fast and the Furious

Fast and Furious
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    The Fast and the Furious is a street racing arcade game themed after the 2001 film of the same name. It was developed and released by Raw Thrills in 2004.

    The Fast and the Furious street racing game allows the players to save their progress on the machine via a ten key code. Returning players are able to key code their ID and utilize their career achievement to upgrade their car every time they start a new race. There is a range of cars to choose from and other cars that you unlock when your score reach a certain level. Each track has shortcuts and other secrets where you will gain on time. Also points are given for aerial tricks and air time.

    Raw Thrills utilized a simple PC for the hardware with an AMD Athlon XP 2500 processor and 512MB of RAM. The operating system used is a stripped down version of Win XP. Game linking is standard TCP/IP via 10/100 Ethernet. The original cabinets were equipped with 25" CRT monitors, but our cabinets have all now been upgraded to 32" LED widescreen monitors.




    • 2 player linkable game.
    • 12 action-packed tracks:

      • Times Square - A race from the Brooklyn Bridge to Times Square
      • Race Wars - A race Through the desert streets of Mojave, California
      • Chinatown - A race Through the Streets and hills of Chinatown, San Francisco
      • Malibu - A race Through the Beach of Malibu, California
      • Central Park - A race Through the streets of Central Park, New York
      • L.A. Ghetto - A race Through the Streets and Ditches of East Los Angeles, California
      • Golden Gate - A race From The Harbor to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California
      • New England - A race Through the Hills of New England
      • Hollywood - A race From Grauman's Chinese Theatre to the hills in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California
      • S.F. Tour - A race from the Streets to Fishermans Wharf, San Francisco in San Francisco
      • Chinatown X - A harder Chinatown
      • Mulholland Drive - The hardest track in the game is in Hollywood
    • 17 cars:

      • Toyota Supra
      • Nissan 350Z
      • Pontiac Firebird
      • Mitsubishi Eclipse
      • Toyota Celica GT-S
      • Nissan Skyline GT-R
      • Pontiac GTO
      • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
      • Toyota MR2 Spyder
      • Dodge Charger
      • Chevrolet Corvette
      • Nissan 240SX
      • plus others to unlock.
    • 2 LED 32" widescreen monitors.
    • Steering wheel with force feedback.
    • Manual 6-position Shifter.
    • 2 Pedals.
    • Sound Amplified Stereo (two channel).