F1 Delta Time, a blockchain-based racing game, has just launched a new line of crypto collectables including “Cars, Drivers, and Components.” The collectables are based on the ERC-721 non-fungible token standard, which allows different attributes for each token. However, “fungible
Dark Future: Blood Red States is an adaptation of one of Games Workshop’s non-Warhammer games, a post-apocalyptic game of Mad Max-style car combat. Auroch Digital’s videogame version is due out on May 16 as they’ve announced with the trailer above.
Microsoft has just announced that its best car racing franchise will make its debut on mobile later this year. The game is called Forza Street and seems to be part of Microsoft’s best-selling racing franchise, and, more importantly, will be
Is the next frontier for virtual reality on the roadways? At CES 2019, German automaker Audi is showing off a new in-car VR system, designed to let backseat passengers watch movies, play video games and experience interactive content using a virtual-reality headset. The interesting wrinkle: the VR
Switchblade might seem a left-field concept at first, but the further you dig into it, the more it starts to make a great deal of sense. Lucid Games, the developer of Geometry Wars 3, is making a free-to-play, car combat, MOBA
Image Credit: Codemasters We live in a true golden era of high-quality racing simulators. We’ve moved beyond just staples such as “Gran Turismo”and “Forza Motorsport” and picked up challengers such as “Project CARS,” “Assetto Corsa,” and even more advanced games such as “iRacing.” And
Slightly Mad Studios Project Cars is the hit racing sim from Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco that focuses on making driving a race car as realistic as possible.Now, Slightly Mad Studios has teamed up with GAMEVIL to bring Project Cars to mobile devices.
Over the years, the presence that mobile games have had during the Super Bowl has been growing at an alarming pace. Instead of supporting web sites that cover their mobile games, top-tier developers would rather spend untold millions for mere
Microids/Eden Games Something felt a bit off after a few hours with Gear.Club Unlimited, the Nintendo Switch’s first semi-realistic racing game. The racing itself was more “real” than arcade games and more accessible than “real” racing games, and the balance worked.