A complete playthrough of Konami’s 1987 NES game, Track & Field.
In this recording I play through all of the events of the first loop, and got to the archery event of the second time through when I got a game over. That seemed like a good ending point to the video, since the first loop shows everything that there is to see in the game. This was a pretty excellent multiplayer game back in the day, and I remember pretty distinctly having a 6 year old version of myself having a hard time holding a pencil at school because of the blister on my thumb from this game. Excellent memories.
The NES version is a port of the 1983 computer game made for the 1984 Summer games in LA.
For the arcades, Konami did release a sequel for the 1988 games in Seoul. You can find my video of that one here:
No cheats were used during the recording of this video.
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Hi 🙂 This game is cool 🙂 1st version is of in MAME 1983 🙂
I would fail at this game, always break start in the 100m dash
best Olympic game in the world
Lembro ficava enfiado controlo buceta jogando esse jogo
Oh 🤩😁 my childhood
Destroy the buton
Que recuerdos lo jugaba cuando tenia 4 años ahora tengo 20
This game was fun back in the day 🎮
10:49 Lol =))))))))
yo naci en el año 2007 y jugue esos juegos desde chiquita con mi hermano y en el año 2018 lo volvi a jugar
I was born in 2007 and played those games since I was little with my brother and in 2018 I played it again
I like this sound effeck
Mario tried a chance in olympic… never be a champ but always win…
El boton turbo que gran ayuda
Isnt this one of the most expensive games to buy for nes at like hundreds of thousands of dollars
I remember playing the Track n Field games in the arcades and convenience stores. Everybody brought a pencil or hair comb to toggle both of the run buttons faster.