Targa Tasmania

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Targa Tasmania
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Dozycow
Status(es)
Unknown
Racing
Microsoft Windows, macOS and iOS
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Targa Tasmania: The Game is a racing video game by Australian developer Dozycow. It is based on the Targa Tasmania rally. The game was first announced on October 30, 2009 at the eGames Expo in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.[1] and was originally scheduled to release in 2010.

According to the game's Facebook post on October 7, 2010: "Hi Guys, yes the game is still being developed! We have hit a speed bump in regard to licensing data from the Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment. Hopefully this will be resolved soon and the pace of development can be ramped up. We appreciate your patience and we will post more regular updates as development shots and information becomes available." There have been no updates since this post, and the status of the game is currently unknown.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Targa Tasmania: The Game involves players taking control of either a Classic or Modern Australian motor vehicle and competing to achieve the best time on either of the 40 stages from the 2010 Targa Tasmania rally. In Single-player mode the player can race as either the driver or as the navigator with an AI driver. In Multiplayer mode the player can race as either the driver or the navigator in co-op within the same vehicle.[2]

Development[edit | edit source]

Adam Schofield of Dozycow has said the game will "fall somewhere between an arcade and simulation" racing game.[3] Targa Tasmania organisers Octagon state that in the future, competitors will be able to recce the iconic stages of Targa Tasmania in preparation for the real event.[4]

See also[edit | edit source]

  • Targa Tasmania

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