Tour 91 is an action cycling game from Topo Soft (like Perico Delgado Maillot Amarillo, the other cycling game of this company).
You must choose a cyclist and compete in a cycling race of four stages. The first stage is against the time. The second stage is a plane stage. The third stage is a mountain stage, and the last stage is a sprint stage. Before competing, you have the option to practise each individual stage.
Tour 91 is a fun bicycle racing game from underrated Spanish developer Topo Soft. While it will never be considered the most realistic cycling game on the market-- or even the most fun-- it does offer a few hours of fun for the arcade-oriented fans of the sport.
There are only 4 play modes (i.e. tracks): against the clock, against opponents, racing up the mountain, and racing in the streets, and the whole "tour" is merely these four tracks strung together. The first 2 modes (against the clock and against opponents) are played from a 2D side-srolling view, while the last two are played from bird's eye view-- a nice change from other bike games. The differences between them aside from different graphics, however, are sadly minimal: racing up the mountain is, strangely enough, not much more difficult than racing in the streets. The tracks are just more sinewy and controls seem a bit sluggish. Worse, the key to winning seems to hinge only on how fast you can repeatedly hit "accelerate" key on the keyboard, making this a much shallower game than it could be. A decent game, but only with a limited appeal to joystick jocks who are either very dexterous, or are very patient.
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