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EVR Race

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EVR Race
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Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Arcade
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1975

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EVR Race is an arcade game by Nintendo. It is Nintendo's first standard arcade game, following on from the Laser Clay Shooting System.

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The EVR tape used in the cabinet. It's labeled "Video Derby Game"

EVR Race is a basic mechanical horse racing betting game. It was designed by Genyo Takeda.

This game uses EVR (Electronic Video Recording) technology.

Unlike other Nintendo arcade games (such as Donkey Kong onward), it is not a video arcade game. There were 4 different types: EVR Race-2, 3, 4, and 5. Each type supported up to the number it was, so 2=2 players, 3=3 players,and so on. There were different models for each though. For example, EVR Race-3 had 2 different variations: one that supported a minimum of 1 and 2. 4 had 1, 2, and 3, and 5 had 1, 2, 3, and 4. It was Nintendo's first time incorporating video technology.

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