Pros: Simple, fun, 4 players
Cons: Released 1991!
The RC Pro Am games are what racing should be. Forget aerodynamics, weight, and the rest. Pick up some weapons! Missiles, spilling oil, and the all-purpose roll cage are your primary assets. Pick up ammunition and better car parts during races by driving over them. What could be more simple? In simplicity comes the best attributes. Why do you think "Go" is so popular?
A good thing about the Game Boy is that you can have four players connected, and not have to worry about screen watching. A bad thing is that if you do not have the four-player adapter now, you may have to search high and low to find it. Super RC Pro Am is one of those great 4-player Game Boy titles, the one that was really, well, the first 4-player (non-arcade) game to be fun.
With its simple structure and controls, Super RC Pro Am is a snap to learn. Get together the necessary ingredients (players, Game Boys, etc.) and you will still have a blast at this one. The tracks are simple, the rules are simple. It's the best driver and tactician that will win, not the person who knows the cars and tracks the best.
Super RC Pro Am is just a simple, fun winner. Heck, it even beats Half-life in shear joy and pleasure if you hook several Game Boys up. Even as a single player game it is good, because of the increased skill (cheating, of course, but hey) of the computer drones. It's just one of those timeless titles that you can argue over with a few friends for several hours, and keep coming back to.
If you like this game, try Rock 'n Roll Racing, the Genesis version. Same concept, better graphics, more options.