No player had ever seen the end of it, and trying to decompile 5AM to look at it in a map editor would crash whatever software you were using.
But this time was different – instead of firing at another trail, it [the AI player] fired at the game border, which looked like any other light cycle trail as far as the computer was concerned. The missile impacted with the border, leaving a cycle-sized hole, and the computer promptly took the exit and left the main playing field. Puzzled, we watched as the cycle drove through the scoring display at the bottom of the screen. It easily avoided the score digits and then drove off the screen altogether.
Shortly after, the system crashed.
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