Posted on: March 12, 2024 Posted by: Aaron_George Comments: 0

Have you ever been into racing or racing video games? Were you ever curious about which games are considered one of the best racing games of all time? Check out the list we compiled. You might find the game you’re currently playing, the game you’ve been wanting to play, and your favorite game.


You may have previously purchased this game if you were an Atari ST or Amiga player. When Super Cars II was released in 1991, it was regarded as one of the greatest racing games. Racing games nowadays are available in both first- and third-person perspectives, however top-view is the default view. Magnetic Fields developed and Gremlin Graphics Software Ltd. published this game. This is a follow-up to the 1990 Super Cars as well.

In Super Cars II, you can use homing missiles to target the front of your Alfa Romeo SZ if your driving skills aren’t up to par. Even with the weapons, you’ll still have to contend with precision jumps, blind tunnels, and unstoppable freight trains. Among the game modes you can choose from are ranking up your championship points and competing against legendary drivers like “Ayrton Sendup” and “Crashard Banger.” Other modes you have to work on include getting sponsors for more funds, avoiding environmental activists, and rolling the solicitors of wealthy relatives for extra cash.


The next game is World Rally, a racing arcade video game from 1993 that was created by Zigurat Software and released by Atari Games in North America, Sigma in Japan, and Gaelco in Spain. The idea of the game is to rally players by having them compete in races in a variety of venues within a condensed amount of time to advance to the next round.

A top-down view featuring a digitalized main graphic based on images of a Toyota Celica GT-Four is provided by World Rally. Additionally, the game includes digital audio samples for the engine, which create an opening sound reminiscent of Carlos Sainz Sr.’s workday. Players will have a more engaging experience with this bowling alley game than with other titles that use beeps and bloops. 


Ask anyone born in the 1980s if they have ever played Spy Hunter, and most of them will tell you that they have or might have. This is an action combat game with a vehicle theme. Bally Midway created it, and it was made available for cards in 1984. Originally intended to carry the James Bond brand, this game was inspired by the James Bond movies.

The goal of the game is to use a variety of weapons to destroy different enemies while driving a technologically advanced “interceptor” car down roads.

In American arcades, this game became commercially successful and was among the top five highest-grossing games in 1984 and 1985. Later, it was ported to the BBC Micro, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Apple II, ColecoVision, MS-DOS, Atari 2600, Atari 8-bit family, Commodore 64, and Nintendo Entertainment System. Spy Hunter II, the follow-up, came next. They included a tie-in with pinball, a two-player split-screen mode, and a 3D view. A Super Spy Hunter sequel was also released for the NES.


Cruis’n Blast is the next game we have for you. It’s a racing video game that Raw Thrills created and released. This game, which is the sixth in the Cruis’n series, was first released in arcades in 2017. Additional modes, vehicles, and tracks were added in the Nintendo Switch version. September 14, 2021 saw the release of that version.

To win this game, the player must race against the clock on several tracks to reach the objective. To increase the time limit, they also pass checkpoints along the route. It resembles modern racing games quite a bit. Death Valley, London, Rio de Janeiro, Madagascar, and Singapore are the venues for the races. To give the driver an advantage in the race, they also added the option to upgrade the vehicle. In contrast to other Cruis’n games, this one lacks an epilogue even if the player completes every level.

On June 25, 1999, the Playstation saw the release of the action driving game Driver. Reflections Interactive created this, and GT Interactive released it. Additionally, this is the first version in the Driver series.

Players drive around four real-life cities, including Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York, in a variety of vehicles in this game, which is modeled after movie car chases. John Tanner, an undercover police officer, is the main character in the story. When he infiltrates criminal operatives to look into their operations, he finds that their boss is plotting to kill the US president.

When it was released, this became a commercial hit and was well-received by critics. Versions for Mac and Microsoft Windows were developed and released on October 1, 1999, and December 2000, as well. Additionally, they recreated the Crawfish Interactive-developed and Infogrames-published game for the Game Boy Color. Furthermore, they made it available for iOS and the Palm Pre, which was created by Gameloft and released on December 8, 2009, and May 2000, respectively. On October 14, 2008, they re-released it via the PlayStation Network. The popularity of the game prompted the development of additional sequels, including Driver 2 and Driver 3. Release dates for both games were November 2000 and June 2004.


Grand Prix 2, which debuted in 1996, was the first official Formula 1 simulator. MicroProse develops the game. Additionally, this is the official continuation of the Formula One Grand Prix.

The game is a simulation of the Formula One season of 1994, complete with all 16 circuits and 28 drivers spread across 14 teams. The driver roster and liveries in the game aren’t the same as they were in the actual 1994 season, though. Sadly, Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger, the drivers who lost their lives during the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, were not included in the game.

Nowadays, there seem to be a lot of new people taking an interest in Formula 1, and it’s great that more people are noticing it. If your interests are Formula 1 races, you might want to look into betting tips for this year and season.


This game may look familiar to you. Sega released Crazy Taxi, a racing game created by Hitmaker. In 1999, it made its debut as an arcade game; the Dreamcast version of the game followed in 2000. With over a million copies sold, this Dreamcast game rose to the third spot as the best-selling title in the US. The game was later ported to compatible IBM PCs, PlayStation 2, and GameCube systems. Additionally, a sequel was released for the Xbox, PlayStation Portable, and Game Boy Advance platforms.

Since the game is all about scores, you, the player, take control of one of the many taxi drivers in a made-up city. Searching for the best fares and getting them to their destination as quickly as possible will be your task. The gameplay is monotonous, and you have to stick with it until the timer goes out. Throughout the ride, you can use “crazy stunt” moves like drifts, jumps, near-misses, and string combos to get more money from the passenger.

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