Racing Games

Crazy Cars III

Crazy Cars III

Crazy Cars III (re-released later as Lamborghini: American Challenge) is the third entry in the Crazy Cars series and was developed and published by Titus France in 1992 for Amiga, DOS, Atari and others.

Year: 1992 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-07-17Tags: arcade automobile street racing transport vehicle simulator

Lotus Turbo Challenge 2

Lotus Turbo Challenge 2

Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 is the second game in the Lotus arcade racing trilogy and was developed by Magnetic Fields and published by Gremlin Graphics in 1991 for the Amiga and Atari ST.

Year: 1991 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-07-17Tags: arcade automobile licensed multiplayer street racing transport

Stunt Car Racer

Stunt Car Racer

Stunt Track Racer (Stunt Car Racer in the UK) is a racing videogame developed by Geoff Crammond and published by MicroStyle in 1989 for the Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC.

Year: 1989 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-08-26Tags: atari st automobile driving multiplayer stunts track racing transport vehicle simulator

The Need for Speed

The Need for Speed

The Need for Speed is the first racing game in the Need for Speed Series, and it was developed and published by Electronic Arts (EA) in 1994 for 3DO. It was ported to DOS in 1995, and PlayStation and Sega Saturn in 1996.

Year: 1995 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: arcade automobile street racing vehicle simulator

Grand Prix II

Grand Prix II

Grand Prix II, also known as Formula One Grand Prix 2, is the second Formula 1 racing game in the series created by Geoff Crammond and published by MicroProse in 1995 for DOS. Thi...

Year: 1995 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: automobile f1 simulation track racing vehicle simulator

Formula 1 Grand Prix

Formula 1 Grand Prix

Formula 1 Grand Prix (known as World Circuit in the US) is the first title of the racing games series created by Geoff Crammond and published by Microprose. Grand Prix 1, that incl...

Year: 1991 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-10-10Tags: automobile driving f1 track racing transport vehicle simulator

NASCAR Racing

NASCAR Racing

NASCAR Racing, released in 1994 for DOS, was the first game in the NASCAR Racing series developed by Papyrus, started in 1994 and ended with the release of NASCAR Racing 2003. The ...

Year: 1994 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: automobile driving simulation track racing vehicle simulator

No Second Prize

No Second Prize

No Second Prize is a superbike racing sim for Amiga and Atari ST created by Thalion Software and released in 1992. Designed by Erik Simon, the game features fast 3D graphics based...

Year: 1992 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-07-17Tags: 3d atari st motorcycle polygons track racing transport vehicle simulator

NASCAR Racing 2

NASCAR Racing 2

NASCAR Racing 2 is a racing sim created by Papyrus Design and published by Sierra On-Line for PC in 1996. It was the second game in the popular series of NASCAR Racing, started in 1994 and ended with NASCAR 2003.

Year: 1996 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: 3d acceleration automobile physics track racing vehicle simulator

Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge

Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge

Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge is the first game of the popular series of racing games using the Lotus brand, developed originally by Magnetic Fields for the Amiga. Lotus I was publi...

Year: 1990 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-07-16Tags: 2 players amiga original game arcade automobile driving multiplayer street racing transport

Super Cars II

Super Cars II

Super Cars 2 is the sequel to the racing game Super Cars created by Magnetic Fields. Published by Gremlin Graphics, Super Cars II was released only for Amiga and Atari St, in 1991.

Year: 1991 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-10-10Tags: 2 players automobile competitive extra half-brite multi-directional multiplayer split-screen top-down transport

Carmageddon

Carmageddon

Carmageddon is a violent and destructive racing game developed by Stainless Software and published by SCi and Interplay in 1997 for DOS and Mac (ported to other platforms in later years).

Year: 1997 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: automobile driving vehicular combat simulator

Buggy Boy

Buggy Boy

Speed Buggy (Buggy Boy in the UK) is an arcade racing game created by Tatsumi initially released in 1985. In 1987-1988 several home computer versions were created, including the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amiga, and Atari ST ports.

Year: 1988 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-10-12Tags: arcade automobile coin-up conversion driving track racing

Jaguar XJ220

Jaguar XJ220

Jaguar XJ220 is a racing/driving game created by Core Design and released for the Amiga and Sega Mega-CD in 1993. The game is officially based on the car that was the fastest commercial car available in the 90s.

Year: 1992 Genre: Racing Updated: 2019-10-03Tags: 2 players amiga original game automobile competitive driving licensed multiplayer split-screen street racing transport