Crazy Cars is a 3D racing video game first released in the late 1980s. The game features high-speed, fast-paced races on a variety of tracks.
The game was developed by the French company Titus Software and was initially released for the Commodore 64, Amiga, and Atari ST. Later it was also released for DOS and Windows platforms. The game was well-received by critics and was a popular choice among fans of racing games during that time.
The gameplay in Crazy Cars is arcade-style, with players racing against each other on a variety of tracks. Players can choose from a variety of cars, each with its own unique handling and performance characteristics. The game features power-ups such as speed boosts, invincibility, and weapons to help the player gain an advantage over their opponents. The game also features a variety of different game modes, such as time trials, single races, and championships.
The controls for the game are typical for racing games. Players use the arrow keys or WASD to control the car's direction, and the space bar or ctrl key to accelerate. The game also features a variety of camera angles to choose from, allowing players to view the action from different perspectives.