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.
A PhD candidate in Computer Science at Columbia Engineering, Brian A. Smith, created a new system for blind gamers who want to get a little racing in. The system, called racing auditory display or RAD, is truly amazing. It lets
Tata Motors H5X SUV 7 seat version will launch in 2020 Tata Motors will launch the 5-seat version of the H5X SUV early next year as an upscale competitor to the Hyundai Creta. The SUV will be based on the
Skoda Vision X-based SUV to use low-cost version of VW’s MQB platform Skoda showcased the Vision X SUV concept at the Geneva Motor Show, and this vehicle will be the inspiration for Skoda’s next big mass-market offering for the Indian
Back in December, 2014, we wrote about the famous “Condo Find” Ferrari that had been unearthed in the heart of downtown Toronto. That car was a 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” bought off the Geneva motor show floor by Patrick Sinn for
(CNN)While this might just be the craziest way to win a car, all you need is a phone and a finger (OK, and a lot, a lot, a lot of free time). Starting this Super Bowl Sunday at exactly 6:30 p.m. ET,
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
…or at least some version of the Z. While fanboys have been waiting patiently for the arrival of an all-new Z car, some recent rumors have suggested that Nissan could quash the nameplate entirely. Thankfully, we can all let out a collective sigh of relief.
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.