Imagine yourself as the Road Runner in a Saturday morning cartoon. You are happily whizzing across the desert, racing along that black ribbon of highway. It's glorious!
But that cunning Wile E. Coyote is out there somewhere. So, watch out! He is planning to smash you to smithereens. He is also scheming to blast you with his Acme cannon
in a very sneaky way.
As you run down the highway there are piles of bird seed to peck at. Each pile of bird seed gives you extra points. But, old Wile E. Coyote is up to his usual tricks…
he sets up piles of steel shot. If you eat the steel shot, you will be an easy catch for that nasty Coyote and his Acme magnet.
There are other hazards to avoid along the highway. Some are natural, but some are more of Wile E. Coyote's tricks. So be careful.
You are in for fun-filled, fastpaced excitement. Play alone or with a friend. There are increasingly difficult levels with more devious traps laid by that nasty old Coyote.
Road Runner — Beep Beep — for the Atari 2600.
Road Runner basiert auf der gleichnamigen Comicfigur aus der Cartoonreihe Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, die seit 1949 Teil der Looney Tunes-Serie von Warner Bros. ist.
▶ Road Runner (Amstrad CPC, U.S. Gold)
▶ Road Runner (Arcadespiel, Atari Games)
▶ Road Runner (Atari ST, Mindscape)
▶ Road Runner (Atari ST, U.S. Gold)
▶ Road Runner (Commodore 64, Kixx)
▶ Road Runner (Commodore 64, Mindscape)
▶ Road Runner (Commodore 64, U.S. Gold)
▶ Road Runner (Nintendo Entertainment System, Tengen)
▶ Road Runner (PC: MS-DOS, Mindscape)
▶ Road Runner (Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Kixx)
▶ Road Runner (Sinclair ZX Spectrum, U.S. Gold)