Hi! Monaco GP has never been emulated properly so I decided to try and make my own version as I am a massive fan of the game. Monaco GP Remake is free, complete, highly configurable, and can be played with keyboard, mouse, joystick or a steering wheel. It runs under windows (Tested on XP/Vista and Windows7 although it may work on other versions) and Linux (Tested on Ubuntu (v14.04.4 and v15.10) and Mint (v17.3) although it may work on other versions. Note. The Linux package contains builds for both 32bit and 64bit Linux). It plays well on my mame driving cabinet, for which I modified an old ps2 mouse to use as a steering wheel. Each time I make a new version, I will update this post so that it contains a link to the latest version of the game
-=Latest Version=-Monaco GP Remake v1.4.6 for WindowsMonaco GP Remake v1.4.6 for Linux
Please be a little prepared as you visit the mediafire site, you might get adverts for other software appear, encoraging you to download something else. Just make sure you only click on the big green 'Download' button near to top right of the page, and the file that you download to your computer is called "mgpr_v1_4_6.zip" (Its about 16MB in size).
Once its downloaded, unzip it, then double click on 'mgpr_launcher.exe', then select a screen resolution and one of the following game modes:
Monaco GP Classic - 100% faithful to the 1979 "Monaco GP" arcade version.
Monaco GP Pro - 100% faithful to the 1980 "Pro Monaco GP" arcade version.
Monaco GP Pursuit - Enhancement of the original arcade version. Includes police cars, new roads, a high score table, racing stats, 3 check points and a goal line finish.
Monaco GP Stunt - Enhancement of the original arcade version. It a single track, looped. Its starts off easy and gets increasingly more difficult as less time gets awarded with each lap and opponents get faster. Features jumps, new tracks, pit lane (Drive over spanner for extra time), boats and new opponents.
Note that you can also run a specific configuration from command line (like in previous versions), running mpgr.exe using the -cfg switch. For example, if you wanted to run the pro_arcade_1360x768.cfg configuration from command line, you would specify
mgpr -cfg pro_arcade_1360x768.cfg
All the default configurations are set up for fullscreen and keyboard control (keys are Z=left, X=right, N=Accelerate, M=Gear, 5 or 6 = Coin, 1=Switch between HiScores and AttractMode).
Press the TAB key during any game's attract mode (When "Deposit coin" is flashing at you) to edit the configuration (Change Controls to Mouse, joystick, choose different artwork etc..). Some options (such as display filter, fullscreen and various audio samples and volumes) will require you to restart the game before your new settings will take effect.
-=Obsolete Versions=-Monaco GP Remake v1.4.5Monaco GP Remake v1.4.1Monaco GP Remake v1.3.2 Monaco GP Remake v1.3Monaco GP Remake v1.2Monaco GP Remake v1.0 (Also known as 'Monaco GP 2013')
'Monaco GP Remake is NOT a SEGA product. 'Monaco GP Remake' is a fan made simulation of SEGA's 'Monaco GP' (1979) arcade game. Making money from 'Monaco GP Remake' in any way is strictly prohibited. The author of 'Monaco GP Remake' has observed due diligence in creating and testing the game, but cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused by it.