>*takes up space in your local pizza place by the claw machine and bathroom entrance*
>>9279051unironically yes. double tapping the gas to do flips over jumps was pure sovl
>>9279051I grew up in CT and there was a pizza place called Randy's Wooster Street Pizza that had a car/hot wheels theme. This game was exactly how you describe it location wise.It closed years ago, replaced by a fucking AAA/DMV concrete slab.
>>9279051>CRUISIN WOoooOOooRLD CRUISIN YEAHAAaaaH - CRUISIN THE YOU ESSAY!!!!
>tfw you hit the view buttons to select the secret cars
Yeah, had that and Killer Instinct at the one around the corner for a long time.
>>9279051>eats all my change even though I have the console port at home
>>9279051Local pizza place had this and Hydro Thunder. Laundromat was much better and had an entire corner with 1942, Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, SF2, MK2, NBA Jam, NFL Blitz, Daytona, and some light gun game I don't remember the name of
A pizza/ice cream place around here used to have two of these. They've unfortunately gotten rid of both. I assume they broke since the second one's screen was going pink.I guess I could get an N64 steering wheel, but it probably won't be the same.
>>9279496I did most of my arcade gaming in the 90s at the local laundromat while my mom did laundry