Road Rash (USA, Europe)
Players compete in shady, bloody street races in Electronic Arts' Road Rash series of motorcycle racing computer games. The Sega Genesis/Mega Drive served as the series' launch platform, and it was later made available on numerous additional systems. The name of the game is derived from the colloquial expression for the severe frictional burns that can happen while falling off a motorcycle and coming into contact with the ground quickly.
In 1991, Road Rash made its Sega Genesis debut. Californian two-lane roads that gradually get longer serve as the setting for the game. Two players can switch off in the two-player mode. In a race, there are 14 additional participants. The game was ported to the Amiga, and smaller variations for the Master System, Game Gear, and Game Boy were also produced. The Game Boy Edition is one of just two officially sanctioned games that is incompatible with the Game Boy Color and subsequent Game Boy consoles. A SNES version was envisioned but later abandoned.
Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.