History of Milk Race
Milk Race is a cycling simulator published by Mastertronic in 1987 for the Amstrad CPC.
The Milk Race has become one of the most important cycling events in England, travelling the length of the country from north to south all the way to London. Professional and amateur riders compete for over 1000 miles, displaying all their vigour and sacrifice throughout each of the 13 stages that make up the competition.
How to play Milk Race
On the back of our bike, we can move left or right, increase or decrease speed, and shift up and down gears while pressing the shift key. Depending on the inclination of the terrain, we will have to opt for the one that allows us to move faster with the least possible energy expenditure, also adapting our pedalling speed.
Periodically we will find bottles of milk on the side of the road that will replenish our lost energy, essential to win. Watch out for potholes, team cars and rival riders, as they can cause us to fall and put an end to our chances of victory. We will also find sections against the clock that if we do not pass in a minimum time, we will be disqualified.
Milk Race Credits
- Programming and graphics: Phil Berry, Stuart J. Ruecroft and David Whittaker
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