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Car Traffic Racing: 3D Games with Amazing Soundtracks and Effects



Lots of racing cars, minibuses, big buses are waiting for you with the entertaining moments in the highway. While you are playing in Speed Bomb game mode, the thing what you need to do is to proceed as much as you can. If you hit the cars, the bomb may effect bad and it may explode. On two-way highway, one-way highway you can drive your car freely and besides of that you can join races against time. You can buy new cars and go on with the money you earn.


Traffic Racer 3D is a free racing game. We all love traffic. We all love to race. We all love the third dimension. Now, for the first time ever a game unlike any other brings together traffic, racing, and all three dimensions. That's right: Traffic Racer 3D is here! Boldly go where no other player has gone before in this fast-paced racing game where you can take on a live opponent or go head to head with the computer. Dodge oncoming traffic and weave your way into the history books with this super realistic, night time-based traffic racing game. Customize your car, unlock faster and more furious rides, invite a friend, and fire off the nitrous in Traffic Racer 3D. You may think you can drive, you may think you can race, but can you traffic race in the third dimension? Only time and this game will tell. Now, rev up, roll up, and throttle the competition in this fun and addicting racing game.




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Push your car to the limit and go as fast as you can while avoiding traffic. Highway Racer 3D offers plenty of cool cars and road options like one or two way traffic, night, day or rainy days. Have fun.


Traffic Car Racing 3D is a cool stunt driving game that you can play online and for free on Silvergames.com. Customize your vehicle and start speeding around looking for ramps to perform some awesome stunts. Driving around a city full of traffic might be frustrating in real life, but it's exciting and fun in the world of online gaming.


Traffic browser games take away all of this stress and trouble and allow you to control vehicles freely! You can drive or ride to your heart's content with little to no consequence! Traffic games usually involve elements of racing or driving skills. You may have to race through traffic against various opponents or maybe just smash your way through a cityscape! The following browser games are some of our most popular traffic titles; Traffic Collision, Traffic Slam 3 and Skate Hooligans represent the best we have to offer!


Highway Racer is a 3D racing game where you speed down a highway dodging cars. Build up your speed and avoid hitting traffic while taking risks like near misses and driving on the wrong side for bonus points.How to PlayChoose your car and game mode. Highway Racer has 4 game modes - one-way, two-way, time mode, and bomb mode. In bomb mode, you drive a truck loaded with a bomb that could explode!


Traffic Jam 3D - a driving game with checkpoints and nitro[^1^]


Driving games - a category of games that includes car racing, bike games, and vehicle simulators[^2^]


Traffic Racer - an endless arcade racing game with highway traffic and car upgrades[^3^]


3D car racing games - a subgenre of driving games that features realistic graphics and physics


Traffic Run - a casual game where you have to avoid crashing into other cars and obstacles


Highway Rider - a bike racing game where you can speed through traffic and perform stunts


Traffic Rider - a first-person motorcycle racing game with career mode and online leaderboards


Car Simulator 3D - a game where you can drive various cars in different environments and modes


Traffic Car Racing - a game where you can race against other cars in traffic and collect coins


Extreme Car Driving Simulator - a game where you can drive, drift, and explore an open world


Traffic Tour - a game where you can race in different modes, weather, and time of day


Traffic Racer 3D - a game where you can customize your car and race in different locations


Car Racing 3D - a game where you can compete in tournaments, challenges, and missions


Traffic Fever - a game where you can drive fast cars and dodge traffic


Traffic Speed Racer - a game where you can race in different scenarios and unlock new cars


Car Driving School Simulator - a game where you can learn how to drive and follow traffic rules


Traffic Highway Racing - a game where you can race in various highways and environments


Car Racing Simulator 3D - a game where you can test your driving skills and challenge other players


Traffic Smash 3D - a game where you can cause chaos and destruction by crashing into traffic


Car Parking 3D - a game where you can practice your parking skills and avoid collisions


Traffic Light 3D - a game where you can control the traffic lights and manage the traffic flow


Car Stunt 3D - a game where you can perform amazing stunts and tricks with your car


Traffic Cop Simulator 3D - a game where you can be a police officer and chase criminals


Car Crash Simulator 3D - a game where you can experience realistic car crashes and damage


Traffic Racer Xmas - a game where you can drive your car in a festive winter setting


Car Drift Racing 3D - a game where you can drift your car and race against time


Traffic Road 3D - a game where you can drive on busy roads and avoid accidents


Car Shooting 3D - a game where you can shoot at other cars and enemies with your car


Traffic Puzzle 3D - a game where you have to solve puzzles by moving the traffic cars


Car Builder 3D - a game where you can create your own car and customize it


Traffic Slam 3D - a game where you have to cause as much damage as possible by crashing into traffic


Car Wash 3D - a game where you have to clean and wash your car


Traffic Control 3D - a game where you have to guide the traffic safely through intersections


Car Race 3D - a game where you have to race against other cars and avoid obstacles


Traffic City Racing 3D - a game where you have to drive in a crowded city and complete missions


Car Maker 3D - a game where you can design your own car and test it on the road


Traffic Jam Puzzle 3D - a game where you have to clear the traffic jam by moving the cars


Car Escape 3D - a game where you have to escape from the police and other pursuers


Traffic Racer Neon City 3D - a game where you have to drive in a futuristic neon city


Car Tycoon 3D - a game where you can run your own car business and sell cars


Racing games are a video game genre in which the player participates in a racing competition. They may be based on anything from real-world racing leagues to fantastical settings. They are distributed along a spectrum between more realistic racing simulations and more fantastical arcade-style racing games. Kart racing games emerged in the 1990s as a popular sub-genre of the latter. Racing games may also fall under the category of sports video games.


Arcade-style racing games put fun and a fast-paced experience above all else, as cars usually compete in unique ways. A key feature of arcade-style racers that specifically distinguishes them from simulation racers is their far more liberal physics. Whereas in real racing (and subsequently, the simulation equivalents) the driver must reduce their speed significantly to take most turns, arcade-style racing games generally encourage the player to "powerslide" the car to allow the player to keep up their speed by drifting through a turn. Collisions with other racers, track obstacles, or traffic vehicles is usually much more exaggerated than simulation racers as well. For the most part, arcade-style racers simply remove the precision and rigor required from the simulation experience and focus strictly on the racing element itself. They often license real cars and leagues, but are equally open to more exotic settings and vehicles. Races take place on highways, windy roads, or in cities; they can be multiple-lap circuits or point-to-point sprints, with one or multiple paths sometimes with checkpoints, or other types of competition, like demolition derby, jumping, or testing driving skills. Popular arcade-style racing franchises include Battle Gear, Out Run, Ridge Racer, Daytona USA, Need for Speed, Sega Rally, Cruis'n, Burnout, Rush, Midnight Club, TrackMania, MotorStorm and Forza Horizon.


Conversely, many arcade racing games in amusement arcades frequently use hydraulic motion simulator arcade cabinets that simulate the look and feel of driving or riding a vehicle. For example, a motorbike that the player sits on and moves around to control the on-screen action, or a car-like cabinet (with seats, steering wheel, pedals and gear stick) that moves around in sync with the on-screen action. This has been especially common for arcade racing games from Sega since the 1980s.[1][2] However, this can typically only be found in arcade racing games for amusement arcades, rather than arcade-style racing games for home systems.


During the mid-late 2000s there was a trend of new street racing; imitating the import scene, one can tune sports compacts and sports cars and race them on the streets. The most widely known ones are the Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition and the Midnight Club series, certain entries in the Need for Speed and Test Drive series, Initial D series, the Juiced series and FlatOut 2. Some arcade-style racing games increase the competition between racers by adding weapons that can be used against opponents to slow them down or otherwise impede their progress so they can be passed. This is a staple feature in kart racing games such as the Mario Kart series, but this kind of game mechanic also appears in standard, car-based racing games as well. Weapons can range from projectile attacks to traps as well as non-combative items like speed boosts. Weapon-based racing games include games such as Full Auto, Rumble Racing, Grip: Combat Racing, Re-Volt and Blur. There are also vehicular combat games that employ racing games elements: for example, racing has been featured as a game mode in popular vehicular combat franchises such as Twisted Metal, Destruction Derby and Carmageddon.


Simulation style racing games strive to convincingly replicate the handling of an automobile. They often license real cars or racing leagues, but will sometimes use fantasy cars built to resemble real ones if unable to acquire an official license for them. Vehicular behavior physics are a key factor in the experience. The rigors of being a professional race driver are usually also included (such as having to deal with a car's tire condition and fuel level). Proper cornering technique and precision racing maneuvers (such as trail braking) are given priority in simulation racing games.


Although these racing simulators are specifically built for people with a high grade of driving skill, it is not uncommon to find aids that can be enabled from the game menu. The most common aids are traction control (TC), anti-lock brakes (ABS), steering assistance, damage resistance, clutch assistance, and automatic gear changes.


Sound plays a crucial role in player feedback in racing games, with the engine and tire sounds communicating what is physically happening to the car. The three main elements of car audio are intake, exhaust, and internal engine sounds. Recorded samples of those elements are implemented in-game by methods such as granular synthesis, loop-based modelling, or physical modeling. Tire sounds modulate loop samples or pitch based on slip angle and deformation to let the player know the limit of grip. The best sounding games effectively integrate the sound model with the vehicle and tire simulation models.[3][4][5]


Some of these racing simulators are customizable, as game fans have decoded the tracks, cars, and executable files. Internet communities have grown around the simulators regarded as the most realistic and many websites host internet championships. Some of these racing simulators consist of Forza Motorsport, Gran Turismo, Assetto Corsa, iRacing, Project CARS, Automobilista 2 and many more.[6]


Kart racing games have simplified driving mechanics while adding obstacles, unusual track designs and various action elements.[7] Kart racers are also known to cast characters known from various platform games or cartoon television series as the drivers of "wacky" vehicles.[8] Kart racing games are a more arcade-like experience than other racing games and usually offer modes in which player characters can shoot projectiles at one another or collect power-ups.[8][9] Typically, in such games, vehicles move more alike go-karts, lacking anything along the lines of a gear stick and clutch pedal.[7][10]


While car combat elements date back to earlier titles such as Taito's Crashing Race in 1976, the kart racing subgenre was popularized by Nintendo's Super Mario Kart in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), which spawned the Mario Kart series. The game was slower than other racing games of the time due to hardware limitations, prompting the developers to use a go-kart theme for the game. Since then, over 50 kart racing games have been released, featuring characters ranging from Nicktoons to South Park.[11]


Futuristic racing games are a type of racing game where players use science fiction vehicles, such as sci-fi cars or other sci-fi vehicles, to race against the clock or other vehicles.[12] A number of futuristic racing games may also feature vehicular combat elements.


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