Top 20 Magnetic Fields Games
The third game in the series combined the gameplay aspects of its predecessors, allowing players to choose between racing opponents of Lotus Turbo Challenge or the arcade-like time trials of Lotus 2. The two-player option was retained and the music selection feature returns (Patrick Phelan's soundtrack to Lotus III spawned many modern remixes). Lotus III also added a third car - a concept Lotus M200 automobile - and allowed the player to choose which one to race with. The game recycled most of the graphics from Lotus 2, but added a number of new sceneries.
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Mobil 1 Rally Championship (officially called Mobil 1 British Rally Championship, unofficially nicknamed Rally Championship 2000) is a rally video game which is part of the Rally Championship series. The game was released for Windows and PlayStation on 31 December 1999. It is developed by Magnetic Fields and published by Actualize. The PC version is notable for the stages being based around real-life Ordnance Survey maps. Magnetic Fields exists no more.
After the Network-Q RAC Rally Championship (1996), it is a sequel to the International Rally Championship (1997). It features 22 cars and 36 tracks, drivable in two directions: Simulation and Arcade.