The player can select between single play, network play, and simulation modes. This was the only Pippin @WORLD title to be released in the United States with multiplayer support. The disc also contains "Red Book" Audio CD tracks that are played back during gameplay.
ReleasesEditThe Japanese release for Pippin Atmark was advertised as also being compatible with Power Macintosh. A demo version was included with the Pioneer MPC-LX200 series, which was released in Japan on July 1, 1996. Pioneer, like Bandai, was among the few Japanese companies that obtained a license from Apple Computer to build Macintosh-compatible systems.
Racing Days was one of few titles also released by Bandai Digital Entertainment as a launch title for the Pippin @WORLD in the United States. A separate Macintosh version had been scheduled for a U.S. release in January 1997, which was then pushed back to August 1997.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 @WORLD Software - Games, Bandai Digital Entertainment USA. Archived 1997-04-04.
- ↑ Pippin software, Bandai Digital Entertainment, Japan. Archived 1997-06-27.
- ↑ PIPPIN@MARK software release list (Japanese), Retrogeme. Accessed 2017-05-03.
- ↑ Racing Days (Apple / Bandai Pippin) by Die-Hard Gamer, YouTube. 2010-02-11.
- ↑ Video Game Bible 1985-2002, p.61.
- ↑ Un lecteur CD plus rapide dans la Pippin (et un échec partiel) (French) by Pierre Dandumont, Le Journal du Lapin. 2016-09-03.
- ↑ Racing Days, Crappy Game's Wikia.
- ↑ LX200発売 (Japanese), Pioneer. Archived 1997-01-29.
- ↑ Ordering Software, Bandai Digital Entertainment. Archived 1997-07-12.
- ↑ Support for the Mac version of... Racing Days R, Feral Interactive.
- ↑ Racing Days for Pocket PC, Game Watch (Japanese). 2001-04-26.