11 Fast 'N' Furious Games
Dude, don't touch the car.
You're a professional getaway driver who does freelance work for the mob, bank robbers, and anyone else looking to pull off a quick job. Don't think too much about the morals, ethics, or legalities of this kind of work. All that matters is that if you pull it off you'll get paid in fat stacks of cash. Cash you can use to upgrade your engine, your wheels, your steering, and even your look. But it's not all fun in games. These people want a pro driver because the getting away part of a heist is the most crucial aspect of pulling off a job. You'll have to dodge cops, bad traffic, roadblocks, and other obstacles if you want to arrive alive, paid, and ready for another gig. In this game, you will also have the ability to slow time down. Its a useful tool but it will take time to fully master.PLAY NOW
The vehicles in Earn to Die: Super Wheel run on biofuel. Blood is a biofuel, right? Launch cars, pickup trucks and big rigs through a zombie horde, plowing through waves of walkers like you're trying to give your car a blood-red paint job. Flex out your vehicles to the finish.PLAY NOW
This is the coastline flying by at 80 miles an hour. This is fly hunnies in the backseat and chumps in the trunk. This isn't just racing, this is Thug Racing! A fast, furious, and nostalgic racing game with a vaporwave feel and an eighties throwback look. In Thug Racer, you'll only have your mouse to dodge cops, other cars, palm trees, and the various other obstacles that the California coast throws at you. Watch out for palm trees and other drivers as you navigate down the highway and put up with the non-stop chatter and annoyance of your passenger and co-pilot who will give you tips, advice and endless lectures about your failures as a driver if you let him down. So, sit down, strap in put the pedal to the metal and blast off into the thug life with this fun paced 16-bit race game.PLAY NOW