Moto X3M 2 is a two-dimensional side-scroller. The graphics are bright and fun. They are what you would typically find in this type of game. They do have a consistency and a polish that adds to the overall gameplay experience. The game has a single song that is played in the background when you are at menus or running through a level. It is upbeat but does get a little distracting at times. The sound effects are nothing special. They are calibrated well with the action on-screen although the game could do with a few more. Continue reading Moto X3M 2: A physics-based motocross game with a sense of humor
Those who remember Virtua Racing will love Formula XSpeed 3D. That Sega classic featured several different racing leagues modeled in a polygon-based 3D style, and it looks like the developers of Formula XSpeed 3D took a page out of the same book when they made this game. Continue reading Formula XSpeed 3D Brings Adrenaline and Action to the Flash Platform
The name already shows that it employs the now drastically overused Minecraft block graphics style. There is not really a reason to do this in the game. Many of the items and areas in the game have curves and angles. The graphics in the game are also a bit jumbled looking as if there is too much going on. A bright musical score plays while you are driving. The sound effects are minimal but effective. Continue reading Minecraft Mega Parking: An arcade-style game based on the concept of driving and parking a vehicle
Gravity Driver 2 is a deceptively simple flash game in the “endless runner” (or endless driver here) genre. The only controls you have to worry about are the four directions, which can be controlled either with the arrows or the WASD keys. The overall goal is relatively simple: drive until you crash. Continue reading Gravity Driver 2: Surprisingly Addicting Endless Driver
You Are the Road is a unique type of racing game where you do not control any vehicles but you must destroy them. The first thing you will notice is that the graphics are a little basic. They are truly three-dimensional though the Unity engine. The issue is that they are a little too simple to be interesting. The graphics do a decent job of showing what is happening. Unfortunately, there is no background and the cars are just flat colors without texture. A simple static image in the background of a sky would have made a large difference. The sound effects are fine and basic as well. Continue reading Wait. What? You Are the Road!
Mini Race Rush is an action-packed, humorous racing game available for mobile and PC devices. The main objective is to collect golden stars laid around the tracks while doing your best to avoid other cars. Players are penalized for bumping into cars, but fortunately there are power-ups that will aid the player in regaining those lost stars. Mini Race Rush was created by Happylander and is available free-to-play worldwide. Continue reading Mini Race Rush: A fun racing game that you can play on your mobile as well
Despite its name, Turbo Dismount is less a game about doing precision maneuvers quickly than it is about tinkering in a sandbox of constrained mayhem. As a stripped-down version of non-free versions of the game, the free version of Turbo Dismount nonetheless manages to provide cheapskates with quite a bit of amusement relative to the simplicity of coding involved. But you need to download and install the latest Unity3D for your system.
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