Fast & Furious: Spy Racers Rise of SH1FT3R

Fast & Furious: Spy Racers Rise of SH1FT3R

this is so much fun i love that i get to chose between different characters and each race is different i can buy more characters make my hq look even better and have different skins for the cars

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

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Well this is the best Fast & Furious game on PC that i am aware of. Its better than showdown (which i missed on pc but played on PS3, oh dear) and miles ahead of Crossroads. Why? well it takes the premise of the Kids show and keeps it heart but knows we are all here for the cars, racing and gadgets.

The premise is the villain from season one has recruited teh villains from the other series and some old crew to help win the ultimate car. So the Spy Racers enterthe tournament to stop him. Simple plot. If you know the series you know it spans alot of areas so we get locations inspired from them. Sadly no Volcano or underwater levels but hey we do get Mexico, LA, etc…

Real player with 6.4 hrs in game

Fast & Furious: Spy Racers Rise of SH1FT3R on Steam

Synth Drift

Synth Drift

This game was about worth what I paid for it: 59 cents on sale. It’s structured like any traditional speedgame, but bears some incredible flaws. Not being able to bind reset to a keybind is annoying, not being able to view replays is infuriating when trying to compete for leaderboard positions, not being able to buffer more than one input when starting a level is asinine, and the general gameplay loop becomes stale very quickly. One of this game’s three whole unique obstacles is a spinning saw with four spokes, of which will keep spinning before the level starts. This breaks the ideal deterministic principle I enjoy from other speedgames: by choosing when to start you can effectively change the level at your whim. Another detriment to the game is that the level design is uninspired and boring. Multiple levels in the game are repeats of previous levels with slightly more obstacles added, which becomes repetitive quite quickly, and even many of the unique levels (especially later on) were just a slog. If you’ve got an hour or two to kill and you enjoy grinding speedgames, give it a whirl if you so choose, but otherwise, trust that you’re not missing out on much by not playing.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

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Quite fun and challenging game for the price, i’ve completed it in about 30 minutes. I didn’t found any bug that would affect my gameplay.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Synth Drift on Steam

Twilight Drive

Twilight Drive

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Twilight Drive is is unlucky most top-down driving games, at first you might be thinking this is absolute rubbish, but the moment you are playing it and trying it, it is something else. This one of the kind of games that are more about time-trialling, a race against time for the medals, and better times than your friends (if you have any that play it, unlike me). But first you realize, there is no accelerator key for it. At first, I was thinking it, this has to be a mobile game. It is more than that. The car automatically goes on it forwards, on cruise control. With each time you turn your car, and do bear in mind, the handling is kind of funky/heavy, it slows down your car. You want to avoid that. How, you may ask? Simple - Hooks.

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

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I would describe Twilight Drive as a top-down arcade time trial game. It has unique driving mechanics - encouraging you to ‘grapple’ round corners and actively avoid steering (which slows you down). The game leads you into these mechanics gently (and gradually adds more as you go through the generous number of levels), and I found it pretty easy to get started with. Quite often I could ‘pass’ a level with a bronze medal on my first try, but I soon realised how much nuance there is to perfecting each level - it takes a lot of retries to get better, sometimes trying to perfect the timing of slingshotting yourself round a corner with the hooks, other times trying to master drifting - inevitably leading to a lot of crashes! Rather than racing against opponents, you are racing to beat yourself, earn medals and beat your friends, with ‘ghost cars’ (which brought back fond memories of classic rally games). I find it surprisingly addictive, quite often going back for ‘one more go’ to get that next medal - and the level unlocking requirements sometimes encourage this replaying to get enough medals to unlock the next level. It has a great retro indie feel, with lovely chilled out electronic background music.

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Twilight Drive on Steam

Blaze and the Monster Machines: Axle City Racers

Blaze and the Monster Machines: Axle City Racers

Fun game for my 4yr old. I like how they incorporate some of the educational stuff from the show in the loading screens

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

Purchased for my nearly 4 year old son who loves Blaze and the Monster Machines and has experience playing games on his tablet and a little time on the Switch and PS4. He really loves being able to play as all the (fully-voiced!) characters. He also really loves Auto-Drive which basically made this a game where he watches the race and occasionally presses the “Special Power” button. There are only 10 courses (Three 3-course championships and one “Final Challenge” that is just a single loop five times.) I’m on the fence to recommend this, but what pushes me over to NO is the lack of courses. Honestly, it’s fine that this game is simple but any child over 5 is going to find this boring within 30-minutes to an hour, I think. My son isn’t quite to two hours playing and he’s already kind of over it.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

Blaze and the Monster Machines: Axle City Racers on Steam

Excavator Simulator

Excavator Simulator

WANTED: Excavator driver! Who doesn’t dream of swapping a shovel and spade for a big excavator? Even as children, we all played with excavators and trucks in the neighbourhood playgrounds. Enough dreaming! Now you take on the role of an excavator driver, eat, sleep, dig, repeat!

Excavator Simulator has many exciting, fun and challenging tasks in store for you! With skill and dexterity, you’ll learn how it feels to control such a powerful piece of equipment and master increasingly difficult tasks. The realistic operation of your excavator, detailed mechanics and many different excavator models will give you the feeling of swinging the shovel and chisel like in real life.

Digging trenches, moving, transporting and placing objects, distributing material, loading and unloading objects and materials, working and moving on difficult terrain and using the hydraulic breaker are just some of your many tasks as an excavator operator.

Now get in your excavator, lift the bucket and do what even little kids dream of!


  • Dig the biggest and deepest holes and fill them with material

  • Lift, transport and place heavy objects

  • Use the hydraulic breaker and destroy concrete and asphalt with it

  • Move your excavator on difficult terrain - no hill is too steep for you, no platform too high

  • Get your hands dirty! Feel the realistic dirt simulation

  • Switch between different excavator models: Heavy, Normal, Light, Super-Light

Excavator Simulator on Steam

Funny Truck

Funny Truck

Absolutely amazing game, a true masterpiece. Other games pray that one day their developers will make them as good as Funny Truck.

Absolutely fucking brilliant.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

Much funny, very wow big POGU for 1 dollar, laughed every second :)

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Funny Truck on Steam

Inertial Drift

Inertial Drift

Inertial Drift is easily one of the best racing games I’ve ever played. If you like racers, this game might just become your new favorite.I’ve been looking for a game to replace OutRun 2. I love that game, and there are a lot of reasons Inertial Drift are able to rival that game- easily. Inertial Drift rocks. The gameplay is amazing. The two-stick controls deliver everything it promises to and more- there’s hundreds of hours of potential here. Each car handles uniquely, and the story mode used as a medium to unlock these works. It’s not the next Final Fantasy VI, but the story is good enough to satisfy the need as a gameplay facet. I even liked it. The music and camera work within the game create the perfect feeling of dynamics, and you’ll sit down glued to the game hours at a time. The game is even more pretty when you play, than when you watch it. Like, as soon as you hold this game in your hands and play, you’ll be chuckling with joy. Its so fun.Nothing’s perfect though, and there are some minor issues with the game. I’m writing this review on the first patch, close to release. There’s a couple glitches to be sorted out, but patches are coming through well. The music is awesome, but there aren’t a ton of options. You’ll never get tired of it looping soothingly in the BG, but more options could be sweet. Also, cars don’t collide (at least not in the normal story mode) so passing an opponent isn’t a tactical epic. But you get to focus on making the best lap times on the best lines- so if that’s your cup of tea, its either there or its not.Otherwise? Play this game. The demo will hook you. Every moment is historic racing awesomeness. See you on the road.

Real player with 49.6 hrs in game

Now, it should be said at first, that this game isnt a traditional racing game. its a time trialling game, along the lines of dirt rally or trackmania, where its less about wheel to wheel racing and more about perfecting your racing line. if thats not what you want, you might want to think a little harder about getting this.for those who DO enjoy time trialling though, i highly suggest you pick this up. the control scheme alone could easily carry this game, allowing a level of precision i dont think ive ever seen in another driving game. coupled with great track design, lots of very individual cars, simplistic but great looking graphics, the sense of speed and the games way of encouraging you to just get better and better and better by always showing you the next player on the leaderboards to beat makes this one of my favorite racing games only complaints really are a… “lack” of tracks - theres ten in total, all available in reverse as well. while this is enough for now, it might get a little stale later on. additional tracks, maybe in a dlc, would be very welcome - the rather dim lighting, which can make tracks unpredictable if you play them for the first time, although thats not a problem the more experience you get, and… while not really a complaint, it certainly is a bit annoying that there is no eurobeat in this game. the game’s soundtrack isnt bad, quite good actually, but… its a shame the game doesnt have it….oh, and the “story” is quite bad. the events themselves are fine, but the writing is awful. then again, its a racing game, so who cares about the story.tldrtime trials, no racing heregreat controlsgreat vehicle varietypretty graphicsgreat sense of speedvery rewardingonly minor complaints…get this game, it be good.

Real player with 38.0 hrs in game

Inertial Drift on Steam

Need for Speed: Shift

Need for Speed: Shift

Recommended for nostalgia (I 100%ed it on 360) and those intense racing moments that do occur, such as a tier 4/works converted race on a tight track, nose to tail at 170mph and you pull off a classy overtake when you know one tiny error could cost you the race! The tension can feel real. Or, coming round a long bend to suddenly find a car on it’s roof, parked on your raceline!

Pros: Decent graphics, excellent feel, nice progression sytem, variety of events (races/drift/time & lap eliminators/hot laps), different cars feel different (see cons), those ‘racing moments’, ideal for someone who’s just bought a wheel or someone coming from an arcade racing background who wants to move towards sim racing (also see cons).

Real player with 128.1 hrs in game

A note in advance: I love NFS Shift, I think it’s a fab example of a “sim-cade” racing game. However, Shift 2 Unleashed has quite literally all of the content from the first game and improves upon most of it in some way or another, -especially- the career mode. I simply can’t recommend buying the original unless you’re a collector or the type of gamer who enjoys playing through each game of an additive series to experience its evolution. If you’ve got a problem with me giving it a Negative, bitch at Steam for including a Neutral/Informational option for Curators but neglecting to add one for the actual reviews.

Real player with 39.1 hrs in game

Need for Speed: Shift on Steam

Traffic Chase

Traffic Chase

Love the game, game play and physics, keep up the wonderful work. Simple and fun, easy to play but extremely hard to master. Fun arcade crash physics. Some of the most fun crashes despite no damage.

game is getting much love from the developer. this game will go far in my opinion if it keeps this up. developer is constantly dealing with issues pointed out! wonderful developer!

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

This game is hilarious; by laying on the horn while driving you can challenge like 15 cars on a highway to race simultaneously, and you hear the TTS voices of your opponents cuss and comment on how things are going.

The racing is a bit difficult. The AI racers seem quite capable of maneuvering through traffic, for the most part. I can’t assess to what extent they are playing by the same physics rules as the player. Fortunately, it seems like you get paid for any of your wins, and I have at least brought in enough money to buy new cars or tuning options.

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

Traffic Chase on Steam

F1® 2021

F1® 2021

Jednocześnie chcę powiedzieć że gra jest super dla osób które chcą pojeździć w singlu. Jednak dla jakiegokolwiek ścigania multiplayerowego:

-co wyścig ktoś ma z kimś desynchro, to znaczy widzi go w kompletnie innym miejscu na torze niż rzeczywiście jest,

-rozsypująca się delta czyli różnice czasowe między zawodnikami, nie wiadomo kto ile do kogo traci,

-przy wyjściu hosta sesja się kompletnie wysypuje,

-ludzie z dobrym internetem potrafią dostać lagi z dupy, gdzie w innych grach wszystko działa perfect,

Real player with 126.5 hrs in game

The cream of the crop for racing games and the best (once again) in the F1 series. After my glowing review of 20 i actually lost interest pretty quickly so i’ve held off reviewing this. After 70 odd hours this is by far my go to game whenever i fancy some action, the new story mode “Braking Point” is great, though i don’t think it’s one you can replay more than once or twice.

My Team has taken yet another huge step and is starting to slowly feel more and more like a true authentic management style mode but there is still a way to go. Saying that what we currently have is absolutely fantastic.

Real player with 81.4 hrs in game

F1® 2021 on Steam