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GeneRally (Windows)

GeneRally Windows Main menu (early version)


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GeneRally is a freeware, top-down racing game, mixing arcade-like gameplay similar to Ivan "Iron Man" Stewart's Super Off Road with more realistic elements such as damage and a limited fuel reserve that cause players to use pit stops.

The game is played on a large amount of tracks shown on a fixed, single screen. Up to six offline players can participate at the same time, or computer-controlled cars can be added. Their expertise can be adjusted and the colour design can be altered. There are only four keys to control a vehicle (accelerate, brake/reverse, left and right) and cars can slide through corners, jump and there are also elevated sections or areas flooded with water.

Players can create their own championships by selecting a number of tracks, or play single races. The game also includes an editor where new tracks can be created and shared with other users.


GeneRally Windows A speedy start in Brazil
GeneRally Windows Edit the colours of the car, the driver and the skill when it is a CPU opponent.
GeneRally Windows Main menu (early version)
GeneRally Windows Main menu, selecting tracks and assigning drivers (v1.05)

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The Press Says Apr 14, 2005 10 out of 10 100
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re_fold (282) added GeneRally (Windows) on Jul 20, 2003