Satoru Nakajima F-1 Hero GB World Championship '91
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Satoru Nakajima F-1 Hero GB World Championship '91
F-1 Hero GB World Championship '91
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Cover art
Developer(s)Natsu System
Publisher(s)Varie[1]
Composer(s)Yusuke Takahama
SeriesSatoru Nakajima Formula One
Platform(s)Game Boy[1]
Release
Genre(s)Formula One racing [1]
Mode(s)Single-player
Multiplayer (up to two players)

Satoru Nakajima F-1 Hero GB World Championship '91 (F-1?GB?'91, Nakashima Satoshi Kanshuu Uebu-Wan H?r? G?mu B?i W?rudo Chanpionshippu Nint? Wan) is a 1991 Japan-exclusive Game Boy Formula One video game published by Varie, endorsed by Satoru Nakajima, who was the first full-time Japanese racer in the history of Formula One. Apart from Nakajima, the actual names of the drivers are not used due to licensing arrangements.

There are sixteen rounds and eight difficulty levels. Each level has a special rival to beat. The game structure has few similarities with F-1 Race (Game Boy).

Levels/Rivals

Sequel

A sequel was released in the following year: Nakajima Satoru: F-1 Hero GB '92: The Graded Driver. This game would be published by Ubisoft in North America and Europe as F1 Pole Position, otherwise unrelated to the SNES game of the same name.[2]

Screenshot showing the gameplay.

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