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Racing Games

The thrill of adrenaline-inducing speed through tracks, courses, and locales can oftentimes be out of the reach of people with normal incomes (and natural fears of the dangers of high speed). That’s where the escapist fantasy of racing video games come in to fulfill that desire.

  1. Test Drive Unlimited is an open world racing video game developed by Eden Games published by Atari. Represent entire series of Test Drive Unlimited games including Test Drive Unlimited 2, The Crew, The Crew 2.
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  2. Dirt (Series)

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    DiRT offers a gameplay experience to suit your play style with both 'Simulation' and 'Gamer'. Simulation gets you as close to the real thing as possible while Gamer helps you to get the most out of these incredible off road machines. Represent entire series of Dirt games including Colin McRae: Dirt, Colin McRae: Dirt 2, Dirt 3, Dirt: Showdown, Dirt Rally, Dirt 4, Dirt Rally 2.0.


  3. Ignition is a 3D racing game, developed by a small Swedish company called UDS (Unique Development Studios) and distributed by Virgin.

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    Already downloadable.

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    Extreme Tux Racer is arctic racing game based on the original Tux Racer (discontinued in 2006). It features Tux, the Linux mascot, as a playable character. Maneuver Tux down a snowy slope while gathering fish.
  4. "Road Draw: Moto Racing" is one of the best motorcycle racing game, with an unique gameplay. Race your motorcycle to the finish line while drawing the road to avoid obstacles. Collect coins and fuel to keep on going.
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    Think you’ve got what it takes to Race The Stig and win?
  5. Get the new free ultimate online arcade racing game where everything is about reaching the best racing time. Inspired by many racing games. Why we made this game? Because the others don't offered a mobile version.
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    The Crew is an open and persistent world for racing across the United States. It takes 90 minutes to drive from coast to coast in-game. The single-player campaign is 20 hours long, and entails infiltrating criminal groups.
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    Tux Rider is a port of the now unmaintained Tux Racer. The player controls the Linux mascot, Tux the penguin, in a downhill race on snow and ice. Tux can be controlled by tilting the device in the direction to turn.
  6. Wipeout (Series)

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    [The game is still downloadable from http://www.myabandonware.com/game/wipeout-2s1#download ]. Represent entire series of Wipeout games.

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    This game was released for Windows (MS-DOS) on 1995. It is still downloadable from MyAbandonware.com

  7. FlatOut (Series)

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    FlatOut is a series of demolition derby-style racing games (formerly) developed by Finnish Bugbear Entertainment and (formerly) published by Empire Interactive. FlatOut-series has sold almost 3 million units worldwide. Represent entire series of FlatOut games.
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    Superfast, minimalistic and extreme 3D racing game! Now with real-time multiplayer!
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    Race with real drivers, cars, tracks and series in a realistic sim.
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    GRIP is a high octane, hardcore combat racer, packing ferocious speed and armed to the teeth with heavy weapons.
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    2075: The PACER World Championship has become the new apex of anti-gravity motorsport delivering high-speed racing across the world’s most dangerous and challenging circuits.
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