Drive leisurely or wreck as much havoc as possible. This game allows you to choose your style of play.
Guide and navigate your suped-up ride through the mean streets and dirty avenues of an unknown metropolis. You begin City Racing with a wrecked car being taken to a garage, and are introduced to a mechanic who gives you a little introduction to the game.
Like other sandbox racers, you can drive freely around the city, and find various events to win to increase your ranking, and win credits to upgrade your car, or buy a better one. Visually, City Racing is quite odd. The city is fairly generic, although it's quite big. The vehicles look vaguely futuristic, but not beautiful, and the pedestrians walking the streets are pretty outdated. The gameplay is spoiled by really wooden physics - you feel like you're driving a bumper car, and there is no real sense of speed. The language in the game will amuse anyone who likes bad English, as the text throughout is very badly translated. The best thing about City Racing is that it's free.