You would be hard-pressed not to find the mainstream versions of this game in most standard Philips (Europe) and Magnavox (US) versions. As you can see by the variants also available, almost every company did a release of this title, including a plus version release for the 7400+ console. For a real challeng is to find one of these in the cardboard box, which was mint. thats quite hard to do! You may also notice theres a varient of the cartrisge lables, these cardboard ones tend not to have the individual game breakdowns or buttons to press to launch the specific game. however theres no corrolation between the cart label and the case it seems, only date of manufacture, when the labels went from Glossy, like this to the matt international ones.PLAYING
This cart comprises of the three games listed, each played quite distinctly. The first one being Race is your average verticle scrolling car game, reminiscent of the old handheld game "Demon Driver" where you avoid the approaching obstacles "Race cars of a different colour" with your car at the bottom of the screen. There are only two options, left and right, other joystick functions don't do anything.