Open source racing game with a track editor. It focuses on closed rally tracks with possible stunt elements (jumps, loops, pipes). You can drive in Single-Player mode racing against the clock or completing championships. There is also an online Multi-Player mode.

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Fun to play, great diversity in tracks and cars. Free **** is free, sure, but this is good stuff :D Sure, it might fall short in a lot of points if you compare it to the multi-million dollar games you can buy in the stores, but that doesn't mean that it's bad by any means. Add some AI drivers or, even better, a handful of 10-minutes+ rally tracks, changeable tires, that kind of stuff, and I might be playing all weekend...
The physics seem a bit weird though. Especially when you went off the track and try to get back on, at low speeds, all the cars seem to have an absurdly huge turn radius. Crash behaviour is a bit weird as well, but who cares? Just turn off the damage, that doesn't really work for me. You'll be a good deal short of 100% damage after a 300 feet drop, but if you scratch the wall with your side a few times too often, you're done.

This is such an epic game that truly shows what Ogre can do. However it is very laggy on my machine so I can hardly play, so I can only give it a 9 out of 10.

This game is more than what i expected! Lots and i mean lots of customization

really difficult to get into the game, but once you've figured out how it is a lot of fun.
jump physics are a little bit random though.


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