Motor Assailant

Motor Assailant

Fast driving, regular updates, recommended.

Real player with 11.3 hrs in game

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Interesting combination of racing (you have to reach the end of the level before time runs out) and shoot ‘em up, although neither part is really prominent. You will rarely lose a level because of a timer if you just don’t stop moving forward, and the fighting part of the game only becomes interesting on bosses (which are quite different from the main game and could be really challenging sometimes).

Could be fun for speedrunning, most of the time I’ve played it I was trying to optimize my time on certain levels that I liked the most. But don’t think about it as a racing simulator. When you try to go fast your car feels more like a rocket ship, so maybe this game will fit wonky physics simulator lovers more than racing lovers.

Real player with 9.8 hrs in game

Motor Assailant on Steam

Chaos on Wheels

Chaos on Wheels

Leave nothing but chaos!

Chaos on Wheels is a single-player and multiplayer vehicular combat game. A world where Artificial Intelligence has taken out of control and your job is to bring an end to its existence. Choose your car, fasten your seat belt, ride, survive, destroy and leave nothing but CHAOS.

The story-driven game offers you many different vehicles to drive, turrets to destroy, maps to conquer, and weapons to make chaos!

Play as a driver in a heavily equipped car, destroy enemies, and save the human race. Avoid enemy projectiles, traps, hazards and bring chaos to anyone who opposes you.

Key Features:

  • Cars

The only thing between you and other projectiles is your car. Take a swifty car and avoid danger or get into an enormous one and eat projectiles for breakfast. Choose wisely!

  • Drivers

Unfortunately, Tesla hasn’t arrived at Chaos on Wheels so you will need a driver to steer cars. Each driver has its unique specialty, select yours and drive into victory.

  • Customization

Upgrade weapons, ammo, armor, or equip some of the gadgets and prepare chaos for your enemies.

You don’t like your car to be yellow? Make it black with visual car customization. Add wraps, lights, change their colors and make it how you like it in a garage.

  • Turrets

AI has its own army. Turrets are here to ruin your day. Watch out for their projectiles and bring them down before they do the same to you.

  • Hazards

Keep your head up and watch where you drive. Some hazards can slow you down while others might even destroy you.

  • Environment

We’ll give you one tip. Turrets? They don’t like you but watch out for the environment. It may look pretty, but it can be pretty lethal.

Play on dozens of maps, with various environments.

Read More: Best Driving Action Games.

Chaos on Wheels on Steam

Corona Runner

Corona Runner

Escape the virus!

As part of a classified, highly advanced government experiment, your rover has been shrunk down to microscopic size to find a cure for the evil Covid-19. Unfortunately, while you are exploring the inner surface of your patient’s lungs, the Novel Coronavirus strikes!

Dodge the mysteriously intelligent virus cells as they relentlessly pursue you! See how long you can outlast the viral attack… while transmitting critical data about the virus. For SCIENCE!


  • Drive your super miniaturized research vehicle around collecting data nodes.

  • Avoid the virus cells as they try to destroy you!

  • See how much data you can retrieve before you are trapped!

Read More: Best Driving Action Games.

Corona Runner on Steam

Desert Pirates

Desert Pirates

Lead a post apocalyptic war convoy made out of badass cars driven by unusual characters. Travel across a dangerous and endless desert filled with resource seeking opponents.

In this experience inspired by movies like Mad Max and spaceship roguelikes, you can expand and improve your convoy, find new cars and swap out their weapons and tools, upgrade, repair and refuel them, feed drivers and give out orders to help everyone survive.

How far can you ride?


  • Unlock and collect badass cars: Find cars to restore in every run, and store them in your garage for later use. The desert is filled with hidden surprises!

  • Make runs with different convoys: Change your Convoy to fit your playstyle! Choose between Soldiers with Nitro, Heavy Soldiers with special weapons, start with additional food or gas, special systems like Shields, Radars, Decoys and more!

  • Survive the desert: You will need to destroy enemy settlements in order to get the resources you need to repair and refuel your cars, and to keep your followers fed and hydrated.

  • Give orders to your Convoy: Stay together, or split up! Changing orders on the fly can give you an advantage against your enemies. Light RTS mechanics are gaining traction during development (stay tuned!).

  • Classic Roguelike Features: Permadeath, Upgrades, procedurally generated areas. Every playthrough is different.

Desert Pirates on Steam

Drive for Your Life

Drive for Your Life

Straight forward game, endless runner in a car

Where you run over endless zombies.

Simple click mouse button to move back and forth like a bumper car.

But for the price its totally not a bad little time.

I always am up for killing zombies!

Real player with 3.9 hrs in game

To make is simple and short this is a cool and simple game to play, drive with your mouse click.

Game itself is very simplistic, yet it offers a fun gametime. What more to expect from a $1 title?

This is a budget unity driven game and its a good deal if you are boring and want to play something relaxing and cool.

Let me just say, I am more then satisfied with this title considering the price, I couldnt ask for more, maybe trading cards in not so distance future.

Sure, I recommend it, its fun, its cool, its easy and its cheap.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

Drive for Your Life on Steam

Mad Max

Mad Max

I think Mad Max is an awesome game set in a post apocalyptic era with a rough setting with limited supplies & ammo but being a bad ass with a car thats built from scrap to becoming a beast, a tank with 4 wheels, your magna opius which will pave the way to destroying all who dare stop you from from achieving your goals to be wit your family again by any means necessary.

Real player with 147.0 hrs in game

This game is a LOT of fun. I played this game for a little while on an XB1X and enjoyed it, but was distracted by some other title at the time and walked away. WB was running a publisher sale here on Steam, so I picked it up and got re-involved during squad downtime.

GAMEPLAY: Mad Max (MM) plays a lot like the Batman:Arkham series. Lots of driving with highly satisfying demolition derby-esque vehicle combat; and hand-to-hand ground combat where you chain together strikes, combos, weapons, and finishers that make you feel like a dusty Dark Knight. The world is HUGE but roaring across the map to the dulcet tones of an unmuffled V8 make it traversable in an oh-so-pleasing way. The game can get a little grindy as you accomplish all of the side missions and secondary objectives (oh look, another water point guarded by a coupla maniacs) but I cut my teeth on Elder Scrolls titles, so I ain’t skeered. The self-centering camera takes a little bit to get used to, and is slightly more cumbersome on foot rather than in a vehicle, but once you get accustomed to it, you can manipulate the camera in sweeping fashion during action phases with an ability that would make even George Miller shed a single tear of joy.

Real player with 92.5 hrs in game

Mad Max on Steam




Cyberpunk styled combat racing inspired by all the amazing 90’s and 00’s racers. Featuring fast paced, frantic racing action with intense strategic combat.


Equip four types of abilities simultaneously for ultimate destructive capabilities! Load up with homing missiles, plasma launchers, laser cannons, proximity mines, gatling guns and more! Strategy and combos are key if you want to quickly dispatch opponents.


Change team liveries, colours, chassis, race numbers, wheels, loadout and more. Build relationships with fellow pilots and draft them on your team. Research abilities and technologies then set your loadouts before the event.


Race across five vastly different locales, each with destructive and interactive environments. Use track hazards to your advantage to trap opponents and force a mistake. Blow up volatile trackside objects for big damage.


Play online with your friends, or join up in a two person super team with split-screen co-op!

Phaseshift on Steam

Need for Speed™ Hot Pursuit Remastered

Need for Speed™ Hot Pursuit Remastered


This was an interesting review to write. On one hand, it’s an extremely fun game to sink a lot of time into. On the other hand, it’s basically a re-release of a game, not a remaster. The game itself when it was released in 2010 was really fun. I really enjoyed it (although I’m still not a huge fan of the very heavy steering that the game supplies) for its really fun gamemodes online, good graphics, great car list, and the really good tactical nature of most of the online stuff. It’s also immensely satisfying when you do get a really good run through a series of corners at top speed and shaving off that extra fraction of a second when grinding for good times on all the single player events. Likewise, it’s also hugely satisfying to release that perfectly timed spike strip to catch one of your enemies off guard, allowing for your teammates to move in to take them out of the game.

Real player with 295.6 hrs in game

For reference, I bought the 2010 “Limited Edition” version of this game’s original release for PS3 pretty much as soon as it was available. I played through all of its DLCs, too. Is this remaster a faithful recreation of everything from that version of the game? Pretty much, yeah.

I understand that a few cars were removed for the remaster. However, from what I’ve read online, the Carbon Motors E7 was removed because Carbon Motors no longer exists as a company, and the two Mercedes SLR McLarens(Mercedes McLaren 722 Edition and Mercedes McLaren Sterling Moss) due to Mercedes selling off their stake in McLaren starting back in 2009 and not completing until 2011(after the original NFS:HP 2010 release).

Real player with 89.4 hrs in game

Need for Speed™ Hot Pursuit Remastered on Steam

Scraps: Modular Vehicle Combat

Scraps: Modular Vehicle Combat

From the first bits I played, this is the greatest game. Unlike Robocraft, you don’t have to deal with damage propagation. Instead, you have to deal with cooling the weapons and other functional parts, supplying power to the same functional parts, and being able to grab enough scrap to upgrade your vehicle.

REVISION: While the multiplayer is essentially dead, the new Gauntlet mode is remarkably fun and unique; a roguelike involving vehicle construction is nothing I’ve ever heard before, and it pulls it off well. There are only two problems I have with it, and they’re more minor nitpicks than anything:

Real player with 74.4 hrs in game

I had been following this game for a while via the old tech demos but had never been willing to pull the trigger on purchasing the game since the demos lacked any real form of game play. With something playable finally released, I decided to give it a go. Unfortunately, the actual game play mechanics are awful.

Despite being a car combat game with a focus on building your dream deathmobile and watching it get destroyed in actual combat, trying to actually build a fun car is tedious. The actual vehicle construction is fine – however, the developer decided to hide half the parts under a Call of Duty unlock system. Great, another game to grind away at before I can even do anything. Another issue is the game’s money and cost system. To put it simply, in combat, you are supposed to start with a basic car and acquire money to purchase bigger and better cars, all of which can be your personal designs. The way money is acquired, however, is horrendous, requiring players to deposit money on “pads” – a process that requires you to sit in park for three seconds with a giant bullseye on your head – as opposed to just letting you keep any earned money in a manner similar to Counter-Strike. Also, destroyed cars cost money for them to be replaced, meaning that one lost vehicle is all it takes to set you back to square one. Players basically wind up in an infinite loop of never having enough money to actually do anything once combat begins.

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

Scraps: Modular Vehicle Combat on Steam

Diesel Guns

Diesel Guns


Nowadays is really hard to find some good drive combat videogame, and while Diesel Guns is still in developement, it is still promising and has a good foundation.

Sayd this, maybe is because of it’s Early Access nature but there are things that definitely need improvement in order to make it a good game that can bring back the Drive Combat genre.

First off, let me list what’s good about it so far:

  • Good weapons variety. I especially like that you can choose which weapons to equip for each kind, and apparently it seems there will be more in the future.

Real player with 10.7 hrs in game

If you’re a fan of games like Hardware: Rivals and Vigilante 8, you’ll love this game. the balance of weapons seems just about perfect, and so does the gameplay. Everything just works great. The speed and pacing is perfect. You’re never struggling to try to make a certain mechanic like, ramming or ground pounding work right, it’s not TOO easy either, but it just feels… GOOD when you use it. as of right now, the game is severly lacking in overall content due to it being an early access alpha title, but what’s there will make the gameplay feel near complete when you’re in a deathmatch and blowing up enemies! But for $5, it’s absolutely worth the current state that it’s in.

Real player with 8.0 hrs in game

Diesel Guns on Steam