3D racing cars simulator game using OpenGL
  20 reviews

TORCS, The Open Racing Car Simulator, is a car racing simulation game which allows you to drive in races against opponents simulated by the computer.

You can also develop your own computer-controlled driver (also called a robot) in C or C++.
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Borito 3 years ago

Don't know how to change the view,impossible to play with camera-view-mode :-/

rubensMedina 6 years ago

Sometimes I lost easilly the control of the car without any reason

Ali_RNT 7 years ago

SomeHow good, but hard to control and bad view.

edpes 7 years ago

Muito bom depende muito da qualidade do PC cuto bastante

rostovenergo 8 years ago

динамика отвратительная

Link9 8 years ago

Гонок на линуксе мало так что это заслуживает похвал. Графмку улутшить, да и еще при столкновений ты отскакиваешь как мячик не порядок.

NAXAR 8 years ago

good graphics but very unrealistic

nuagedeboucane 9 years ago

Jeu très bien fait!!! Bravo!! Great game!!!

quake0 9 years ago


Surocap 9 years ago

Crappy. The "TV view" is quite confusing (and you can't select other view). Deleting it after 3 minutes.

Boren 10 years ago

Not good,always can't be controled.

kowalsky 10 years ago

very good!

eportuguesas 10 years ago

Podia melhorar bastante

menta1789 10 years ago

my buen juego me gusta mucho

mysoomro 10 years ago

Quite heavy to download.. :(

xovan 11 years ago

Most people don't understand the idea behind this game, it is a highly customizable SIMULATOR. This is a good SIMULATOR with not so great (rather way to competant) AI the previous reviews of the AI being able to correct even the most severe collisions flawlessly is true however this game is about trying to simulate the dynamics of driving the cars more so than trying to make for a fun game. The best way to play this game is to play it like you're going to go driving on a race course using a stick shift as that will give you the best control. It is not an easy game to pick up when you are trying to drive stuff like the F1 car and the supercars. I would start with the front wheel drive car and start learning from there. Also you'll need to remember that you must calibrate and customize your controls or you'll have a real hard time trying to drive at all. If you are using a joystick, mouse, or wheel you'll definately need to do this. Trying to drive with only the keyboard is extremely difficult. Now what I recommend is to run practice races using only yourself to get better at the game and its controls. Look through the tracks by entering and exiting them and pick a track which doesn't have much turf to begin with and start out with that. Trying to go with F1 on some tracks is just silly unless you know how to handle that monster. Also know that this game has many camera angles. Hit F2 to cycle though the "driving" views which are easier to see with. Also know that you'll need to use your brake carefully as this game can be quite unforgiving if you slam on your brakes at 200kph as it should be. Remember it isn't like need for speed where you're driving for fun, this is more of a simulator that tries to be as accurate as possible. Don't hate this game because you don't have the time to learn how it works.

Ichag 11 years ago

I don't find out how to control the car, no fun

gazoboy 11 years ago

have to wait for oher cars to timetrial and handling of cars not right yet

trollboy 11 years ago

To call the computer controlled drones AI is to insult those working on real AI. The cars will be at this point on the track, at this speed pointing in this direction at this time. Should one of the computer controlled cars brush against you with the force of a butterfly, your car will go into a spin, yet it would take a nuclear bomb to make the computer cars deviate from their path. The graphics do convery a good sense of movement but I am usure of the physics as all the cars seem to accelerate at nearly the sme rate, have an identical top speed, except for the obviously slow cars. I should hate it. And yet it's fun. Why is that?

creation 11 years ago

Good for now...