Wednesday, November 24, 2004

The Open Racing Car Simulator. Game--FREE

The Open Racing Car Simulator

The Open Racing Car Simulator Posted by Hello
The desire to drive ridiculously fast is something that is implanted in many human beings. If you’ve ever tried this on a public road, things called speed limits and road rules have probably thwarted you. As much as you try to deny their existence, they are there for a reason. The general public doesn’t always have the ability to rent a sweet ride and take it on the racetrack, which has caused many aspiring racers to cry themselves to sleep in their NASCAR bedsheets. Simulated racing is definitely not the same as the real thing, but it should help to tide you over for the time being. When you feel the need for speed, give The Open Racing Car Simulator (or TORCS) a try.

I didn’t quite know what to expect from this free racer, but I was rather impressed when I tried it out. Free applications can either be dreadful or fantastic, depending on how much work the developers wanted to expend for free. I would have to say that this one comes away with a trophy. The graphics are actually really good for this type of a game, and the control is pretty realistic. You can actually pull off some respectable drifting, which is always fun. There are a variety of gameplay modes, and a number of different tracks and cars are in the game, as well. If you’re looking for a quick race, get your fix with The Open Racing Car Simulator.

[22.5M] [Win9x/2k/XP/Linux] [FREE]

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