This battle racing game featured a unique networking function and allowed up to four players to join the action! "Come on, show me what you've got!"
Dynamic Trial 7 (DT7)
Japanese title: Dynamic Trial 7 (DT7)
|Vertically scrolling racing
Controls & How to Play
The game is played with an 8-way joystick, an Acceleration button, a Brake button, and a Shot button.
When the joystick is released, your vehicle automatically travels forward.
Use the Acceleration button to speed up, and the Brake button to slow down.
If you have a weapon equipped, you can attack with the Shot button.
Drive your vehicle, attack your rivals while collecting items, and make your way toward the finish line.
The game is over if you lose all of your lives, or if you fall out of the rankings, or fail to finish the race in the specified time.
You can choose from seven different vehicles.
Driver: T. Max
This vehicle features standard abilities in all aspects.
The Twin Laser's power doubles when it hits the target consecutively.
Driver: S. Bill
Although cornering can be difficult, it features the best acceleration of all the vehicles.
Its weapon is a powerful rotating punch.
Driver: S. Saly
This vehicle features good overall balance.
It shoots out scorching flames that inflict significant damage to the enemy.
Driver: R. Pagi
This vehicle features a good sense of weight that makes it easier for novice drivers to handle.
It attacks with an electromagnetic net that renders enemy vehicles inoperable, making it effective on more technical courses.
Driver: D. Guse
This off-road vehicle does not lose speed even when driving on rough terrain outside the track.
It is equipped with a rotating turret that is capable of attacking enemies across a wide area.
Driver: T. Adan
This vehicle is heavily armored and features the most durability of any vehicle in the game.
Its weapon is a rolling attack that causes the vehicle to suddenly accelerate and ram into the enemy.
Driver: G. Bias
This vehicle features the highest top speed, but it comes at the cost of durability, making it a good choice for more advanced players.
The boomerangs fired from the left and right are a weapon that can also be used to attack behind the vehicle.
Pick this up to use a weapon.
You can use your weapon once for each capsule you pick up.
Pick this up to restore your life.
Pick this up to deploy a shield that protects your vehicle for a set period of time.
You are invincible while the shield is active.
Pick this up to increase your vehicle's top speed (2 levels).
Picking this up decreases your life.
Try to force a rival vehicle to pick it up...
Picking this up can provide you with various effects.
The long-awaited battle racing game from Toaplan following Rally Bike! That was the plan, anyway, as the game unfortunately never saw the light of day. To be more precise, the game was unveiled at Toaplan's booth at the 31st Amusement Machine Show in 1993, but it was never released to the public. Many people played the game at the booth, so it was disappointing that it was never released since the crowd's reception to the title was so positive. With this game, one PCB board could be used for two-person networked play across two cabinets, and by adding another PCB board, up to four person play with four cabinets was also possible, making it Toaplan's first attempt at such a feature.