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Rock N Roll Racing ROM

Rock N' Roll Racing rom

The Rock N Roll Racing ROM is available to play for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). This game is the US English version and can be played using the BSNES or HIGAN (SNES) Emulator on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS devices.

About

Rock n’ Roll Racing is a vehicular combat-based racing video game developed by Silicon & Synapse (now known as Blizzard Entertainment) and published by Interplay Productions for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993 and the Mega Drive/Genesis in 1994. The game prominently features a number of popular heavy metal and rock songs in its soundtrack, hence the game’s title. The game was ported to the Game Boy Advance in 2003.

Additional Information

The game pits four racers against each other, with up to two of them being player-controlled from a colourful collection of comic-book-inspired humans and aliens, and the rest being AI opponents; “Rip” and “Shred”, who appear in all races, plus a third character unique to each planet/level in one-player mode. Each race consists of four laps around tracks viewed from an isometric perspective, which enables players to discern the presence of frequent sloping sections spread throughout the game’s various tracks. In addition to navigating the turns, racers must also maneuver hills and dips without falling or jumping over the guard rail at the track’s edge.

While it is a racing game, there is heavy emphasis on attacking competitor’s vehicles; since the cars always reappear with full health just a few seconds after blowing up, the only “harm” done is falling behind in the race. Players are rewarded with a monetary “attack bonus” each time they provide the finishing blow against another car using their forward or rear weapons (and a similar “lapping bonus” when they gain a full one-lap lead on an opponent during the race). In accordance with the continual destruction and restoration of the racing vehicles, the tracks are littered with mines and health power-ups, as well as money power-ups. Other hazards include oil slicks, snow drifts, and lava, depending on the planet hosting the race.

File Name

Rock N Roll Racing

Cart Size

733KB

Region

USA

Version

1.0

Developer

Silicon & Synapse

Genre

Racing

Platform

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

June 4, 1993

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List of Game Genie Codes for Rock N Roll Racing

  1. Start With $50,000
    D9CF-CDD5
  2. Start With $100,000
    FDCF-CDD5
  3. Start With $500,000
    9DCF-CDD5
  4. Start With $990,000
    BBCF-CDD5
  5. Start With $5,020,000
    D9CF-CD05
  6. Have 8,020,000 Gold
    B6CF-CD05
  7. Buy Items For Free If You Have Enough Money
    C28C-CF69
    C28B-C4A9
  8. No Points Needed To Advance To Any Level
    BACB-C465
  9. Infinite Forward Weapons
    C2BF-476F
  10. Infinite Power Charges
    C2BF-1FA4
  11. No Damage From Hitting Other Cars
    3CE5-CD67
  12. No Damage From Most Mines
    DD26-34D7
  13. More Damage From Mines
    D126-34D7
  14. Red Cross Packages Worth Nothing
    DD36-4F0D
  15. Red Cross Packages Can Blow Up
    FD36-4F0D
  16. Red Cross Packages Give All Armor
    9A36-4FOD
  17. Mines Blow You Up In One Hit
    3A26-3407
  18. Glue Track?
    3967-CD67
  19. Power Hit
    4AE0-CD67
  20. Graphics Are Messed Up (Only On First Track)
    FF33-CD67
  21. First Track Is Really Messed Up
    1139-CD67
  22. Why Would You Wanna Race On The Track?
    0907-CD67
  23. Why Would You Wanna Race On The Track? #2 (Kind Of Different)
    1B07-CD67
  24. Cool Looking CPU Car (Until He Blows Up)
    CB09-CD67
  25. Messed Up Track And Cool Looking CPU Car
    A009-CD67
  26. Awesome Turning
    3369-CD67
  27. Drive Sideways (Only On Some Turns)
    2B89-CD97
  28. Corners Can Kill You
    BAFE-CD67
  29. Another Power Hit
    29EF-CD67
  30. Tires Squeal A Lot
    3864-CD67
  31. Car Jerks Back And Forth (Very Hard)
    386D-CD67
  32. Car Slides Sideways And Track Might Mess Up
    3869-CD67
  33. Super Speed And Automatic Gas
    3861-CD67
  34. Shoot Backwards
    E4B7-CD6F