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Neck-n-Neck

Released 1992 · consists of 0 releases.

An arcade video-redemption game by Incredible Technologies and Bundra Games. Based on the sport of horse racing, up to six players can race using a single button (for jumping over obstacles) to win tickets.

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Neck-n-Neck

First release date 1992
Platform Arcade
Developer Incredible Technologies, Inc.
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Genre Sports , Driving/Racing
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