Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2005) (NDS)
Racing 15 November 2005
The ninth installment in a legendary racing game franchise created by Electronic Arts company. After two Underground games, featuring illegal night street races, the franchise went back to its roots, combining ideas from the two most recent titles with classic elements. The player’s goal is to climb to the top of a black list of the most wanted drivers. Again you get to explore a huge virtual city, taking on different racing challenges. These include circuit, sprint, drag, elimination, time trial, speed challenge, and police pursuit. After completing enough of these you can challenge subsequent drivers from the black list. Apart from elements typical for the series, such as licensed cars and diverse soundtrack, the game features complex car customization, both in terms of appearance and performance.
Need for Speed: Underground 2 (NDS)
Racing 27 May 2005
A sequel to Need for Speed: Underground, a best-selling 2003 game from Electronic Arts, which changed the shape of one of the most popular car racing franchises. The game takes you to a virtual metropolis that thrives after dark. For the first time in the history of the franchise, the city is completely open for exploration. As you ride around its streets you can challenge the drivers you meet on the way or learn more about the favorite locations of the street racing community. The gameplay mechanics did not change much; rather, the developers focused on an even more detailed recreations of licensed cars and car parts used for tuning. The game’s graphics were noticeably improved, featuring all sorts of new visual effects. The soundtrack keeps equally high level, as usually featuring songs by famous artists across a wide spectrum of genres.
Need for Speed Carbon: Own the City (NDS)
Racing 01 November 2006
The tenth installment in the bestselling racing game series originally launched back in 1995. The game lets you play as the main protagonist of the previous game. He returns to his home city only to find his domestic street racing scene taken over by rivaling gangs. As you take on new racing challenges, you take back your home town one district at a time. The game’s mechanics employ the well-proven solutions introduced by its predecessors, while introducing several new elements at the same time. Those include, first and foremost, canyon duels, which require much attention, as it is possible to run through the traffic barriers and roll down the slope. The other novelty is the team; you can assemble your own crew, and its members can aid you during races, e.g. by blocking your rivals. Additionally, the game features cut-scenes with real actors, several dozen licensed car models, as well as vast car customization options. Regarding the latter, Autosculpt module lets you modify almost any element of the car body.
Race Driver: GRID (NDS)
Racing 05 August 2008
A racing game which is a direct continuation to the TOCA Touring Cars and TOCA Race Driver series developed by Codemasters. Contrary to the studio's other flagship franchise, DiRT, this game is focused on street and speedway races in which we sit behind the wheel of the most popular cars of the world, all of them licensed. The fun takes place in three different locations that offer us slightly different kinds of competition. With progress, we unlock new tournaments and vehicles. In the United States, we mostly race on the asphalt streets of American metropolises. In Europe, we compete primarily on speedways in such places as Donington, Silverstone, or Nurburgring. In Japan, drift is the most popular kind of races, taking place in cities and winding mountain roads. One of the title’s highlight is the realistic driving model. The game also features the DiRT series' replay system which allows us to rewind and retry a failed fragment of a race.
Need for Speed ProStreet (NDS)
Racing 13 November 2007
The 11th installment in the popular racing game series developed by Electronic Arts. In contrast to the previous parts of the game, this title completely abandons the idea of illegal races and transfers the action to professional racing circuits. Players take part in a number of challenges divided into four race variations: Drag, Grip, Drift, and Speed Challenge, in the latter the driver who reaches top speed wins. Successive victories unlock new challenges and cars. The game offers 26 licensed car models that can be customized with the Autosculpt system. The authors emphasize the recreation of crashes and the realistic damage model that influences the car’s performance. Fans of realism were given the option of turning off all the driving assistance, like power steering and ABS, which makes driving much more simulator-like.
Need for Speed: Undercover (NDS)
Racing 18 November 2008
After the slightly more realistic ProStreet, in which the players raced on professional racing circuits, the popular Need for Speed series returns to city streets with a traditional, arcade installment. Developed by a Canadian EA branch, Undercover puts a special emphasis on the storyline. As an undercover cop, the player has to infiltrate the ranks of a racing gang. To do so, they have to prove their worth in a series of driving challenges, including regular races, time trials, highway battles and outruns. As usual, the players receive a massive number of licensed cars which can be modified both visually, and in terms of their performance. The game's improved visuals and excitable soundtrack are complemented by cinematic cutscenes featuring mainly Maggie Q (Mission: Impossible III) and Christina Milian - a singer.
Colin McRae: DiRT 2 (NDS)
Racing 08 September 2009
The sequel of the well-received racing game entitled Colin McRae: DiRT that set a completely new direction for the racing game series by Codemasters, labeled with the name of the tragically deceased Scottish racing driver. DiRT 2 focuses on dynamic off-road tournaments in which we can sit behind the wheel of several licensed cars. The new career mode was designed similarly to that of GRID — while traveling around the world, we take part in races and gradually build our reputation. As we progress, we establish friendships with other aces of motorsports such as Travis Pastrana or Ken Block who invite us to exclusive tournaments with valuable prizes. The game has a typical youth style, although it retains the class of its predecessors. From among the introduced novelties, the most notable ones are enhanced gameplay mechanics, the improved Flashback feature, and significantly expanded multiplayer.
DiRT 3 (NDS)
The third full-fledged installment belonging to the incredibly popular racing-themed franchise developed by Codemasters. The DiRT subseries has cultivated traditions initiated in the late 1990s by the Colin McRae Rally series. After the previous game, which emphasized off-road competition, DiRT 3 constitutes a return to the original concept behind the main Colin McRae series, bringing back rally competition in its most classic form (the game uses the official WRC licenses). However, this third iteration still introduces a massive number of novelties, such as stunt arenas from the X-Games competitions, or a completely new type of contest, that is the so-called Gymkhana - it was popularized by one of the most famous drivers in the world, Ken Block. Gymkhana is all about being fast and showing off at the same time - a designated route has to be completed as quickly as possible, but the player is rewarded with points for performing various stunts along the way. As usual, a wide set of licensed cars is at the player's disposal here, many of them originating in different time periods. Also, DiRT 3 features buggies and pickups - those are typically used in off-road competitions.
Mario Kart DS (NDS)
Racing 14 November 2005
Mario Kart DS is yet another game from Nintendo, presenting the entertainment-seeking players with an icon of the concern, i.e. an unfashionably narrow plumber. This time, however, it will not be another lonely crusade. All the bad and good Toadstool world gathered on the go-kart tracks to select the winner in an unusual competition for them. Of course, there is some time for malice in this sporting competition.
Asphalt 2 Urban GT (NDS)
Racing 14 November 2006
Asphalt 2 Urban GT is the next installment of car racing, prepared by Ubisoft Entertainment. In their work, developers have offered a wide range of licensed vehicles, making a stunning impression on many fans of four wheels.
Burnout Legends (NDS)
Racing 29 November 2005
A spin-off installment of the famous series of arcade racing games developed by Criterion Studios. This installment was created exclusively for Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable handhelds. Burnout Legends is a compilation of the first three installments in the series which were famous thanks to the strictly arcade driving model and very dynamic traffic collisions. The game contains tracks from the previous installments, remodeled to fit the specs of the handheld devices. The title has 9 game modes taken from Burnout 3, including the World Tour championships and the Crash Mode that is characteristic for the whole series. The game also supports local multiplayer. More than 100 car models known from the second and third installment can be found in the garage. The cars are divided into several varied classes (like Compact, Muscle, Coupe, Sport, Super, Race Special and Heavyweight), each of which is best in specific racing types.
Need for Speed: Nitro (NDS)
Racing 06 November 2009
The next installment of the famous Need for Speed series, this time focusing on more arcade fun. Lots of licensed top-of-the-line cars and a unique audiovisual setting.
Crash Tag Team Racing (NDS)
Crash Tag Team Racing is another production with a well-known jam in the lead role. The item is an interesting combination of two different genres: arcade racing game and typical platform production.
Ford Racing 3 (NDS)
Racing 07 December 2005
The third installment of the series of car simulators. In the game we can sit behind the virtual steering wheels of 46 detailed cars, which left the factories of the Ford concern. The capabilities of these machines are tested in one of sixteen different modes of play.
Diddy Kong Racing DS (NDS)
Racing 05 February 2007
Diddy Kong Racing DS from Nintendo is a racing game. We compete mainly using go-karts, although other vehicles also hit the market. The plot revolves around Wizpig, a crazy alien who has taken control of the island and all the racetracks on it. The player's task is to recover all routes and overcome the bosses on them.
Race Driver: Create & Race (NDS)
Racing 07 September 2007
Race Driver: Create & Race are car races, designed exclusively for the Nintendo double-screen console. Developers, using the advantages of this hardware platform, not only allowed for good fun with the implemented options, but also prepared the opportunity to create their own elements of the virtual environment.
Evolution GT (NDS)
Racing 23 June 2008
Car racing produced by Milestone using Black Bean Games. The game has a lot of RPG elements, which are related to the experience gained by our driver. We have 28 picturesque routes and tracks and 35 licensed cars at our disposal. The game has nice graphics and good driving physics.
Asphalt Urban GT (NDS)
Racing 17 November 2004
Asphalt Urban GT is a game that allows you to sit behind the wheel of a licensed car, including Lamborghini Diablo, Hummera and VW New Beetle.
Crazy Frog Racer (NDS)
Racing 03 November 2006
Crazy Frog Racer is a racing game created by Neko Entertainment development studio for fans of the title amphibian. The player directs the actions of a crazy frog who competes in crazy flying motorcycle races with Ellie the Fairy, Ninja Gorilla, Mad French Chef, Geerty the Cow and the Gangsta kids, among others. The creators foresaw several variants of fun, including the modes of the championship, chase and battle.
TrackMania DS (NDS)
Racing 14 November 2008
Pocket version of the popular PeCet series of racing games. We mainly create our own routes, using the components offered by the game.
Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights (NDS)
Racing 17 September 2007
Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights is a racing game created by Juice Games programmers, designed primarily for speed and car tuning enthusiasts. This is a sequel to the well-known production Juiced and it is based on the original of the game.
Cars Mater-National (NDS)
Racing 30 October 2007
A racing game using characters and locations known from Pixar's full-length computer animation titled "Pixar". "Cars (in Poland: "Auta"). We take part in the title championships, striving to win the most valuable trophy, i.e. the Golden Piston. The driving model is very simplified and allows you to perform effective slides and air stunts at will.
Cars 2: The Video Game (NDS)
Racing 21 June 2011
Arcade action game based on the motifs of the film "Cars 2". In the production we go to the Chrome training center, where we play one of the twenty car heroes and become a spy. During the game we perform various missions, some of which are based on racing. Title created under license - animation fans can count on the presence of well-known characters (e.g. McQueen zigzag).
Micro Machines v4 (NDS)
Racing 27 October 2006
Micro Machines v4 is the ninth installment of the racing series, created by the development team of Codemasters Software. The game features 750 remote-controlled toys, which can be controlled by the player in races on 25 different routes.
Big Mutha Truckers (NDS)
Racing 19 October 2005
A fun racing game in which we sit behind the wheel of a truck and transport goods. During the execution of subsequent orders we compete with other drivers. The creators of the production focused on a skillful driving model and a humorous audiovisual setting. Travelling is enhanced by typical truck music in country climates.