Indianapolis 500 The Simulation Graphic Modes & PC vs Amiga





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Uploaded on Sep 21, 2009

In this video, i show you the differences between the graphic modes in Indianapolis 500 The Simulation and the differences between the 1989 PC release and the 1990 Amiga release.

The game could be played in CGA, MCGA, Tandy, EGA and VGA.

For playing on a TV, there is also a CGA Composite 16 color mode, but i wasn´t able to render any gameplay footage of it. I only grabbed a few seconds from the intro.

I´m sorry for the Amiga Fans, i used a bad codec to record my playing on the WinUAE Emulator.
But I can say the 3D graphics were exactly the same.

Only differences were the sound, music, some artwork and a little mistake.
They numbered car number 12 with number 20.
Which means that there were two number 20 cars. Emmerson Fittipaldi´s Penske and Didier Theys.


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