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CodeBlender launches Rally Shift racing car game

updated 11:15 am EST, Wed February 18, 2004

CodeBlender Rally Shift

CodeBlender Software today released , a racing car game for Mac OS X in which users can drive "high performance rally cars on a variety of rally courses. Compete against hard to beat computer drivers on both dirt roads and paved roads through forests, windy mountain passes and desert. Two players can also compete against each other on the same computer. Rally Shift features very realistic physics where you can put your driving skills to the test. Slide through turns on dirt roads, brake and accelerate at the right moment to keep your car on the road or you will see your competitors speed away." It is available for $25.




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Networked Racing Games!

    Why is it that every racing game that features open-wheel or road-course racing is limited to single-computer multiplayer. I just want to race a few friends over a LAN -- is that so much to ask?

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    Joined: Dec 1969

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    FF?

    A racing game without force feedback is like a burger without fries...........

  1. MacNN.com Reader

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    re: FF

    Excellent point. Playing Nascar 2003 with my force feedback steering wheel makes the difference. I wonder if this game will support FF wheels?

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