Mario Kart Tour
Nintendo's signature kart-based racing series makes its smartphone debut, revamped for touchscreen gameplay while adding a new gacha system and other free-to-play features.
Metropolis Street Racer
Widely regarded as one of the best racers on the Dreamcast, and possibly as one of the best racing games of its time. MSR was the seminal racing game by Bizzare Creations which lead to the popular "Project Gotham Racing" Series on the Xbox and later Xbox 360.
Street Outlaws: The List
A street racing game based on the Discovery Channel reality-TV series Street Outlaws.
Midnight Club: Los Angeles
Make a reputation for yourself by tearing through the streets of an authentically recreated version of LA in Midnight Club: Los Angeles.
Death Taxi 3000
A cyberpunk taxi driver/racing simulation for MS-DOS, with Build engine inspired aesthetics and gameplay reminiscent of Crazy Taxi.
A2 Racer III: Europa Tour
A2 Racer III: Europa Tour is the sequel to A2 Racer II and the third game in the A2 Racer franchise.
A 3D arcade sports car racing game by Gaelco. It features a unique last-man-standing system where each race starts with six cars and each lap causes the car in last place to become disqualified.
Gaelco Championship Tuning Race
An arcade racing game by Gaelco. Players can customize and tune-up their cars after each race, with a PIN system to keep track between plays.
World Rally 2: Twin Racing
The sequel to the 1993 arcade game World Rally, featuring higher-quality graphics and a new set of courses.
World Rally Championship
Also known simply as "World Rally", World Rally Championship is a rally-racing arcade game with an isometric-perspective and a sequel to the Spanish computer game Carlos Sainz: Campeonato del Mundo de Rallies.
An over-the-top motorcycle racing game by Gaelco where players ride through rings to earn points.
Tokyo Cop: Special Police Reinforcement
An arcade racing game by Gaelco, where players must pursue and take down criminals in the streets of Tokyo by crashing into them.
Project Gotham Racing 2
The sequel to Project Gotham Racing introduced online play and a plethora of content, while still maintaining its focus on driving with style.
A mobile and Amico title starring the late legendary American "daredevil" motorcycle stuntman.
Project Gotham Racing
Project Gotham Racing is the first in Bizarre Creations' successful racing franchise. The game was a spiritual successor to Metropolis Street Racer and focused on driving with style, introducing a Kudos system that scored the player on their skills behind the wheel.
Asphalt 9: Legends
Asphalt 9: Legends is a free-to-play arcade racing game for Android, Iphone, and PC developed by Gameloft Barcelona.
An indie arcade game from the studio behind Killer Queen. Stylized on Japanese psychadelic rock and bōsōzoku culture, Black Emperor has players trying to keep their motorcycle inside the track using a unique "SuperWheel" controller.
Classic PC & PS One Racing game from 1998, developed by Dice and published by Gremlin and Fox Interactive.
It's an indie driving game that is heavily inspired by various 1970's muscle car movies.
The spiritual successor to the over-the-top powerboat racing arcade game Hydro Thunder, made by some of the same team (including the original creator).
Ultra Moto VR
An over-the-top motorbike racing arcade game by I.G.S. and UNIS, utilizing VR headsets and an elaborate motion platform for the full-size bike controller.
A two-player kid-focused arcade racing game where one player steers using a steering wheel and the other player steers with handlebars.
Hot Wheels: King of the Road
An arcade video redemption game based on the Hot Wheels toy-line. Up to six players can drive alongside each-other in three winding tracks in order to collect coins.
Drift 'N' Thrift
An arcade video redemption game where players control a speeding car with a steering wheel, making large drifts in an open surface to dodge obstacles and collect cash and power-ups.