Most of the laptops, tablets and notebooks in today’s world have in built car games for making you enjoy some of the best moments of playing games of racing. Enjoyment, fun and thrill – all combined into a single gaming console. The days are not far when the car racing games will be the most popular game for almost all the people all over the world. The history dates back to the launch of Indy 500 game in 1977, in which you will find two cars racing to finish 25 laps in the specified time. You may play against your friend or the console to win the game. This was the real revolution in the field of playing car racing game. Although the Odyssey playgame built in 1972 has some racing plays in its stock called Wipeout which was an awesome combination of board game and video game facility. A different track was built there for racing purpose.
Some of the popular plays which were built and developed in these earlier days of gaming console development were Grand Prix 1982, Night Driver, 1980 for the Atari Console and Donkey for IBM PC in 1981. Sega Master System also developed the most popular game of that time called World Grand Prix-F1 which has the facility to create some new racing tracks for your car games. Hyper Rally was also developed by Konami which is known for its Metal Gear series development kit. With the improvement in gaming technology and latest innovations in the gaming console area, theses racing games included some of the best physics simulation on the tracks which also involve the launch of Indianapolis 500 in 1989 by Electronic Arts.
90’s saw a huge makeshift in development of the racing car games. Like “The need for Speed” game was launched by the same Electronic Arts in 1994 that comprised of selecting latest car models like Acura NSX, Mazda RX7 and many other models. Grand Turismo is also one of the most popular games for Sony PlayStation 97 platforms. Carmageddon, a popular 3D destruction derby game was developed in UK to involve robots which was really a controversial issue.