A very exciting, sandbox-based racing video game
Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP / Windows 8
Race along city streets against the computer or other players who are online.
This game doesn't start with a shiny new car. You have to take a wrecked car to a mechanic who gives you a little advice on how to play the game. Once your car is fixed, you can race to earn credits to upgrade the car. It's wise to drive around the city for a while to see where some of the side roads are located and to get a handle on the layout of how the roads turn. You'll find events that are set up in the city that you can race in or find opponents on the roads who are ready for a challenge. Some of the upgrades that you can make to your car after earning credits include better tires, a better suspension system, better handling and a better motor so that you have more horsepower. You can also trade your car or buy a new one if you have enough credits. There are events where you can win cars.
The city that you race in is an ordinary city with nothing spectacular. The graphics aren't great, but they are decent enough so that you can get a feel for racing. There aren't a lot of upgrades that you can make to your car to make it fast, so the game does tend to get boring after you've raced all of the events. Sometimes, the car you're driving feels more like a robot. It's hard to turn corners or stop when needed. One of the fun aspects of the game is that police cars can stop you if you're driving too fast and they catch up with you on the road.
City Racing is a free, sandbox racing game that allows players to race around a city that has not been named. The game starts when a car that has been destroyed is taken to a garage. The mechanic who accepts the car provides some information regarding the background of the game and the different characters that are in the area. He provides some basic guidelines and tips, as well as ensures that the player has a car to get around the city. Once the preliminaries have been completed, the actual game play begins.
Similar to most sandbox racing games, the main focus of the game is exploring the city, gaining experience and other types of points that will allow new features for the car to be unlocked, as well as gain different rankings. Credits can be earned to purchase a new car or accessories for a current car by performing different tasks. These tasks could include winning races, transporting goods or finding various people. This game is not originally in English, so any writing in the game or any dialogue between the characters is poorly translated. This can prove amusing to the player, because it obscures some of the meaning behind the dialogue in entertaining ways.
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