World circuit, also known as Formula 1 Grand Prix is an old video game which was released in the year 1991 for DOS, Amiga, and Atari ST platforms. The vehicle simulation game features racing and is played from the first person’s perspective. It is the first game of the series of Grand Prix games.
Get ready to race
The game consists of sixteen worldwide circuits and the players can drive them in fast race mode and solo race modes. Also, the player can take part in the championship. There are eighteen teams in the game and 35 people who drive cars. The player can edit and change the names of the drivers in the game.
The player can face several hurdles in the game. His car can collide with some debris, trees or with other cars. Along with this, the rains reduce the clarity of the front view and the effect of fog obscures the front view.
Some amazing features
The cool features of the game help the player to manage the car’s performance. In the race, the players can adjust the gears, balance the breaks, and go through the lane. Along with this, there are 6 additional options which help the player to drive and finish his race. Using these features, the players can switch to the best track, suggestions for gear to learn about the tactics of the track, automatic breaks, automatic gears, automatic spins, and indestructibility which helps the player to improve his driving skills.
Moreover, the feature of replay helps the player to watch his race once again.
The game World circuit features three-dimensional graphics which increase the thrill of racing. Also, the player can focus on several minute details in the game with crisp graphics.
Microprose was founded in 1982 by Sid Meier and Bill Stealey. The company became well known very early with lots of interesting titles, where some of them became a legend. The company was acquired and dismantled in 2004.