The game is not demanding in terms of system requirements, and there have been no reports of any issues on Mac. As long as your Mac OS is 10.13 or higher, there should be no problems. It is recommended to use a MacBook Pro or iMac for the best experience.
Occupying a space somewhere between a racing sim and an arcade game, GRID Autosport excels at offering something for everyone, including everything if you so choose. From open-wheel to endurance, street racing and more, GRID Autosport allows you to live out your motorsport championship dreams.
If off-road racing is your thing, Gravel, as the name implies, is the game for you. An arcade racing sim purely for off-road racers, Gravel provides a large variety of races and tracks, although there are some complaints that the base game is limited for the price, with an emphasis on paid DLC. Furthermore, the DLC is Windows only, leaving Mac users with only the base game.
If the main thing you like about racing is drifting, Absolute Drift has you covered. A unique game in that drifting is all you do, Absolute Drift nonetheless gives you a variety of cars and challenges to keep things interesting.
So next time someone tells you there are no good racing games, just point them to this list and get back to the starting line. Which one is your favorite? Did we miss any you think belong on this list? Let us know in the comments section.
The main single-player Career mode throws you straight in as a pro driver representing your team in five different types of race events that take place on realistic reproductions of tracks ranging from Indianapolis Speedway to the streets of Barcelona. Touring events are perhaps the most realistic, dropping you into a crowded grid where you have to jostle with closely packed rival cars and carefully pick your way to the front of the pack. Open Wheel racing is the most demanding, though, with very light, rear-drive cars that require really careful handling. At the other extreme are the Tuner events, which are more like traditional Grid games, allowing you to entertain the crowds as you show off your drifting and other skills.
That makes it a good game for a bit of post-pub fun with your friends, but Micro Machines will also be fun for younger players who can just enjoy the table-top racing action with their favourite toy cars, fire engines and other vehicles.
But, once the engine starts revving up, and the dust starts flying, the game does a great job of capturing the high-speed thrills of racing, as you tilt over and go screeching around a hairpin bend, and weaving through the field to grab the lead. Along with the Career mode, the game also allows you to represent your country in the Monster Energy mode, or you can create a custom series of races in Championship mode. Alternatively, for a quick fix of two-wheel action, you can tackle individual races in the Time Attack and Grand Prix modes.
Hot Wheels: Race Off is a free racing game for kids. Players attempt to complete a race against another opponent on a perilous track, where your car is likely to flip, fall off a cliff, or simply run out of gas before the finish. Kids can try 25+ Hot Wheels cards on 50+ tracks from the classic track to cities to forests.
Mario Kart Tour is a simple, fun racing game for kids. All of the classic Mario characters take to the race track, with the player in charge of the controls. The goal is to get first place in as many races as possible, leveling up characters and their vehicles and collecting coins. Like other Mario Kart games, children can use bombs, turtles, and banana peels to take out the competition, though it's all rather cartoony, so there's no blood or gore.
Baby Games: Race Car is one of the best car games for toddlers and preschoolers. There are no rules or time pressure. Kids can explore all the twelve levels at their own pace and encourages creativity in kids. It is safe and easy to use.
This car racing game for kids is fun and engaging. The amazing animal car designs will make your kids feel as if they were right in the middle of their favorite cartoon. The gameplay keeps it simple but also challenging enough for a young kid! Great for developing better eye/hand coordination skills. The app can be downloaded on Android phones & tablets so your kids can enjoy the game anywhere.
F1 2014 is a racing video game based on the 2014 Formula One season developed and published by Codemasters. It is the sixth Formula One game produced by the studio. The game features the team and driver line-ups from the 2014 season, as well as the Red Bull Ring, Hockenheimring and the brand-new Sochi Autodrom.
The most detailed Wii racer ever created: Wii racing comes of age with F1 2009. A comprehensive recreation of the world's most spectacular motorsport, F1 2009 takes Wii racing games to a whole new level of immersion and authenticity
Today Ric from MacgamerHQ.com will share ten of the best games you can play on macOS®, including some of the most exciting Mac games from 2018 and a few Windows-only games that run great thanks to Parallels Desktop.
This game has a solid story waiting for you, but what makes it great are the excellent survival elements, shooting mechanics, and insane action sequences. If you enjoy action adventure games, this is the best you will find on macOS.
One thing you may want to do is add a screen filter, otherwise it's screamingly obvious on a 1080p monitor how low-res all of these games were. Head to OpenEmu > Preferences > Gameplay, and open the Shader drop-down menu. I typically leave it set to Pixellate, but the CRT and VCR settings make games look like you're playing on an old TV screen with scan lines and everything. Play around with what you like best, just make sure to close and reopen the game so new styles can be implemented.
The only caveat to all this is that for the swanky new TrueForce system to work fully, it needs built-in support from your favourite racing game. It will work with other games but then you'll only get the same type of feedback as you got from the G920/G29. Launch titles include Assetto Corsa Competizione, GRID and Gran Turismo Sport, with F1 2020 and Dirt Rally 2.0 to follow.
iRacing is the leading sim racing game for your PC. Developed as a centralized racing and competition service, iRacing organizes, hosts and officiates online racing on virtual tracks all around the world. In the fast-paced world of eSports, iRacing is a one-stop-shop for online racing. We utilize the latest technologies to recreate our ever-expanding lineup of famed race cars and tracks from the comfort of your home. Simulate what a professional NASCAR driver experiences inside the seat of a stock car, or a Grand Prix driver sees over the dash. All of the details add up to a lineup of cars and tracks that are virtually indistinguishable from the real thing. This creates unmatched immersion when sim racers take the green flag in our online racing simulator. Although iRacing is an online racing simulator at heart, the value as a training tool is just as real. The best sim racers in the world compete on iRacing and you can watch the race broadcasts live on the iRacing eSports Network.
iRacing is a PC racing game that is used by professional drivers and casual gamers alike. Whether you are looking for the best online racing on your computer or prefer to compete against yourself and the clock, iRacing has you covered. All you need to start racing is a computer, driving wheel or controller, and an internet connection. The PC racing game has been running professional eSports series for over 10-years and is focused on growing this category of sim racing.
Originally, Death Rally was released way back in 1996. It made a comeback in 2014 as it was added to Steam, and the gameplay holds up surprisingly well. The game is a classic top-down arcade-style racer. The controls feel intuitive and responsive, and the game presents you with a ranking system for you to climb up against 19 AI drivers. This system helps to make the game feel alive and as though the racing would still be going on whether you were there or not. Overall, this is a fantastic little game considering it is available for free.
2014 is the first real year of what can now safely be referred to as "current-gen" video games. The era of the Xbox 360 and PS3 is drawing to a close and a new epoch is beginning. Even the Wii U promises to come into its own in the coming year.
No game in 2014 excites me more than Dark Souls II. Not one single title captures my imagination quite so fiercely, or promises to suck my time dry quite so thoroughly. I am fully prepared to die. But I would like to see the game hit next -gen systems.
This is the big shooter and the big question mark of 2014. Can TitanFall finally woo gamers away from Call of Duty? Will it be as good as it looks and as everyone previewing the game says it is? Or will it find itself lost, adrift in a sea of first-person shooters?
Nintendo and Platinum team up for the sequel to the cult classic Bayonetta. This may be the Wii U's best-looking adult game, and if it's as good as the first it's going to be a huge temptation for myriad action gamers.
If you haven't played the Persona games yet, please go do so. Persona 4 Golden remains one of my favorite games of the last couple years and quite honestly makes a PS Vita purchase worthwhile all on its own. But the PS3 Persona 5, while it has almost no information or screenshots to accompany it, could just be one of the most addictive games of 2014.
Crowdfunding darling and space sim extroirdinaire, Star Citizen may not roll out entirely in 2014, but big chunks of the game should be playable by the end of the year. With $30m in crowd-funded dollars to its name, Chris Roberts' space game already looks mindblowing and promises to be one of the most impressive titles of the coming year (or so.)
An open-world racing game developed by Ubisoft, it's basically the first real attempt at a racing MMO (though not in the traditional sense.) The ability to race across the entire (condensed) USA sounds really fun. 2b1af7f3a8