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Video Game: The Fuking Grand Prix
The Grand Prix is a 2008 PC freeware kusoge racing game by Ray2x made with The Games Factory.

Generally, the game consists of racing Indy Car-styled vehicles along in a top-down perspective against two "AI" opponents that seem to move in per-determined ways along the track.

This game is a 16-bit executable and requires a 32-bit Windows system, or a virtual machine/emulator to run properly.


The FUKING Grand Prix has examples of:

  • Cluster F-Bomb: "Old person mode" enables strong language, with words such as fuk and motherfuker in almost every sentence of the game, and not in the best places either - even when you're passing checkpoints, being greeted with "shit Checkpoint 4passed".
  • Kaizo Trap: Becomes this if you finish a race with realistic mode enabled.
  • Nintendo Hard: "Realistic mode" causes any touch of a wall or another car to be instant game over without any continues.
  • Ludicrous Gibs: "Gory mode" enables the crowd suddenly getting loose on the track turning into a bunch of smears on the slightest collision.
  • Stylistic Suck: The tracks were made with MS Paint.
  • The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard: The opponents don't seem to crash into walls and can be impossibly faster than the player in certain parts of the tracks.
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