Jammin' Racer is a fast-paced arcade racing game. This is not a simulation game with realistic physics, you won't need to change oil or check the tires' air pressure. Just floor it and try to finish all races in the first position!
Cool 32-bit animated graphics.
Full version with 6 cups, each in a different terrain.
A total of 24 challenging tracks.
State-of-the-art OpenGL hardware accelerated full-blown 3D engine.
Performance enhancing bonuses.
Extremely addictive action.
Gamepad and steering wheel support.
Force-feedback support (rumble).
Single-player and 2-player racing and training modes.
4-player racing .
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I guess it's a problem with 10.5.2 and/or with graphics drivers, but on my MacBook Pro, before even starting a race the game locked up (horrible music still playing...) and I couldn't move the mouse.
Force quit didn't work.
Could log in with SSH and tried to kill the the Jammin' Racer process. That didn't help except for that the music stopped.
NVChannel(GL): Graphics channel timeout!" in the log.
Apple; please fix.
It's 2008 and I don't want to force restart my computer anymore. :)
Danlab Games provides AWFUL customer service. Very awful. For me, there was no service at all! I've sent them two messages regarding problems I'm having with the password they issued for Jammin'Racer. They've never replied any of my mail. I think this attitude gives shareware a bad name. What good is a product if the developer cannot address customers' problems? This doesn't appear to be an isolated case and you'll find many similar complains from those who have to contact them for help. Buyer beware!
With this new release, the cars handle _much_ better now. Very smooth, even with my bluetooth keyboard. (Poor handling was my only real complaint from the last release, and it's great that the developer(s) are addressing the issue.)
Graphically, the game has always looked great, but hey, added car and environment details are always welcomed.
Overall, this is a solid release and well worth checking out.