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Fuel [2007]
Game Description:Ever wondered what a racing game on foot mixed with vehicular racing is like? That's exactly what you do in Dreamcatcher's Fuel. Fuel has one focus beyond anything else: allow you to maximize the potentials of a racing experience. The game does this by letting the player to switch between the many different vehicles spread over a wide-open course. In addition to the usual racing off road in Jeeps and other off road cars, Fuel allows you to get out of your chosen vehicle and hope into whatever else is available around you. Combining racing on feet and traditional racing gives this game an interesting twist. Fuel features around 20 different types of vehicles from trucks to boats to jet packs and 24 tracks spread over eight stages from all over the world.
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