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Roadclub - Top-down club racing
Languages: English
Genre: Racing
Platforms: PC
Players: Single-player
Sep 2, 2012 @ 5:18am

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2D Top-down racing is back with this take on a classic genre. Can you climb far enough on the ranks of the Roadclub to challenge the Master?

  • Fun-filled 2D top-down racing in a club setting!
  • Shop, upgrade, boost and slipstream
  • 4 difficulty levels so everyone can play!
  • Awesome soundtrack by independent composers
  • All developer editors included!
  • Let your friends chase your ghost by exchanging transfer packages (Editor import/export)

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Popular Discussions View All (1)
Jun 26 @ 6:13am
Top down racing is still under represented.
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Kharn Jul 21 @ 11:20pm 
Hey man, reminds me of Crazy Cars on the Amiga ... Absolutely played that game to death .. can't wait to see where you go with it!!!
m1ND Jul 16 @ 3:03am 
tragina2 Jul 12 @ 10:34am 
nice game but no multiplayer online :( no voted
Johnie Johnie Johnie Jun 26 @ 6:12am 
рpp Jun 21 @ 12:08pm 
Johnak Jun 15 @ 1:37pm 
kinda interesting
Tieske Jun 6 @ 3:55pm 
looks fun
bennysce  [author] May 25 @ 1:11pm 
Thanks Shinobi! Means a lot. The game was inspired by a lot of the great 90's and early 00's racers to become something of a mashup of everything. This is still the only driving game I know of that uses the sports division mechanic. Unfortunately time has catched up to it and as you understand, the game was never designed for multiplayer and therefore would need a complete code rewrite and today even a complete graphics and gameplay overhaul. Maybe we'll get to a revisit that in the future and make an HD version with multiplayer with a modern engine like UE4 or Unity. At the moment that is still a dream unfortunately. If anyone has $100k lying around I'd consider it :)
Nice looking game, indeed evokes old top-downs like Micromachines etc.

I know this is a huge dev. goal to meet, but adding in online multiplayer would hugely boost this games' popularity, especially among oldskool gamers ;D