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Micro Machines is an abandoned racing game developed and released by Codemasters in 1994 based on the Micro Machines toy line. Micro Machines was published for DOS, but also for Amiga, Game Boy, Game Gear, Genesis, NES, SEGA Master System and SNES. Codemasters released a sequel called Micro Machines 2: Turbo Tournament.
Windows XP/98/9519964.1/5 Terminal Reality
DOS1993freeware4.2/5 Bluemoon Interactive
DOS19953.9/5 The Big Red Software Company
DOS19954/5 Manic Media Productions
DOS1995freeware3.8/5 Core Design
BC Racers is a DOS unconventional (to say the least) racing game that features a prehistoric theme, designed by Martin Gibbons, developed and published by Core Design in 1955. It's the third game in the Chuck Rock series, the first two being platformers not available for PC.
DOS19954.1/5 Supersonic Software
DOS1994protected4.1/5 Apogee Software
DOS1994freeware3.4/5 Bluemoon Interactive
Hi-Octane is an abandoned futuristic combat racing game developed by Bullfrog and released by Electronic Arts in 1995. Hi-Octane was published for DOS and a few consoles: PlayStation, PSP, PS Vita, SEGA Saturn. It's based on the same code used for Magic Carpet, a well known game also made by Bullfrog.
DOSWindows XP/98/95Mac1995protected4.1/5 The Software Refinery
Slipstream 5000 is a futuristic racing video game that was released in 1995 for MS-DOS. It was developed by The Software Refinery and published by Gremlin Interactive. The game is set in the year 2110, and players engage in high-speed, anti-gravity racing in a variety of unique and challenging tracks. One distinctive feature of Slipstream 5000...
DOS19903/5 Paragon Software
DOS19933.5/5 Peakstar Software
DOS19923.3/5 Peakstar Software
DOS19863.5/5 Tom Snyder Productions