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Draiva is an old style car driving game with random shareable tracks (by key for now), many different car models and day/night cycle!

This is my first test in the world of games development so comments and advices are appreciated! :) 

I'll add some options and features in the future (more cars, better sounds, background music, lap time saving, online track and timing sharing, number of laps, numbers of AI cars ecc...).

Keyboard controls:
Arrow keys: gas, brake and steering
Space bar: handbrake
C: change camera
Esc: pause the game
R: back to the track (if you're stuck somewhere)

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mac.zip 25 MB
win.zip 18 MB

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Hi! My name's Sasha Zenko. I'm from Belarus. 

I am making hardcore letsplay videos handsfree (using only my chin).  I have a program that allows me to assign keyboard controls to mouse movements.  I have played your game and I think it’s awesome! It's very good. I like it.  

Check out my LetsPlay video:

Thanks for the comment and for the video... next version will be out in a week or so and it will also solve some controls problems (right now is a little too hard to play).
I hope you'll continue to enjoy the game in the future :)

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Can you make it WinXP compatible, please? https://blogs.unity3d.com/2017/07/10/deprecating-directx-9/

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in the next version I’ll enable opengl for windows builds... I hope to release 0.2 in a week.

Thanks for the comment! 😉

I really like the car selection. Keep up the good work. :) 

Thank you for the review!!! :-)

It's been great playing, really nice job. Looking forward to updates. :) 

I hope to have the time to polish, to add more options and to solve some stupid issues (like the bigfoot grip).
I hear you was talking about tracks in the video: tracks are procedurally generated, you can save tracks writing the code number on a paper :D
Welcome to 1988! :P

1988 that was... a good year? Oh yeah, Die Hard came out then. Paper codes & McClane. :)