Sprint 2 note is an Atari Arcade Game from 1976. It's a Top-Down View, Player Versus Player Driving Game, based on Gran Trak 10. The graphics are much the same, but instead of the track changing every lap, the players choose a track before the match starts. It was the first Atari arcade game with a CPU (MOS 6502), and the CPU controls two cars in addition to the two player cars.
Spawned several sequels through the '70s and '80s, including one, four, and eight-player versions, Super Sprint and Championship Sprint in 1986, and Badlands.
Sprint 2 provides examples of:
- Attract Mode
- Color-Coded Multiplayer: In black and white. One player car is black and one is white. Computer cars are grey.
- Driving Game
- In-Vehicle Invulnerability
- No Plot? No Problem!
- Player Versus Player
- Scoring Points
- Timed Mission: 100 seconds. Completing 15 laps will extend play.
- Top-Down View