GeneRally World Forum user marinator has released his huge 24 Hours of LeMans GTE carset today, replicating the popular class within the bite-sized freeware racing game.
The carset contains 9 Professional and 14 Amateur cars among seven different auto makers, including the 2016 Ford GT LM that will debut at next years race.
The carset can be found at the GeneRally World Forums, and the game itself is freeware; a modern spin on popular arcade cabinets of the 90’s such as Super Off-Road and Indy Heat, with a ridiculous amount of third party content available for the game.
GeneRally is a top-down arcade racing game, originally created in 2001 by Hannu & Jukka Räbinä as an homage to the classic “Slicks ‘n’ Slide” game. GeneRally revolves around simple gameplay and the ability for any user to create their own tracks and racing experiences using the provided track editor. Over the years, the community has created hundreds of thousands of cars, tracks and other mods to extend the lifespan of the game.
While many cars, tracks, and other add-ons can be found at the GeneRally International forum, there’s been so much goddamn stuff released for the game that it’s almost impossible to know where to start.
The PretendRaceCars Starterpack aims to get rid of the initial “what the fuck do I download” by packaging almost every noteworthy car released for the game, as well as five of the toughest tracks. You can find this pack HERE.
Obviously don’t try and put every single car file into the game at once. Above is a sampling of the cars you can expect to find in this pack, and below are some fancy high-quality renders.
We’re a bit late to the party on this, but GeneRally carmaster AeroWiewiur has recently released his Legendary Polish Rally Drivers carpack for popular freeware racing game GeneRally.
Below are some fantastic high-resolution renders of the cars, which make excellent use of the default mixed terrain courses that come with the title.
GeneRally World Forum user Marcinho has released his take on ISI’s landmark sim F1 Challenge 99-02 for popular freeware racing game GeneRally.
While most F1 carsets for GeneRally often have infinite grip and are relatively simple to drive, Marcinho’s open wheel cars require skillful braking and carefully calculated lines.
Be sure to take these cars for a lap by heading over to the GeneRally International Forums HERE (registration required).