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Musicracer creates 3D racing tracks from your MP3, OGG, WAV or FLAC files! For Windows or Mac OS X systems!

Audiosurf is a Windows ONLY game that costs $10
Musicracer is for Windows AND Mac OS X and is FREE Besides!


Software Santa LOVES his Copy of Music Racer! A Software Santa Pick!
Santa was screaming "Wow! Wow!!!" while soaring and scoring!


http://www.musicracer.de/

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkGuOdBPWfM

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Musicracer is a rhythm game that creates 3D racing tracks from your MP3, OGG, WAV or FLAC files.

About Musicracer
In the year 4600 the musicracer league is one of the most prominent racing leagues in the galaxy. The racing tracks are created based on a spectrum analysis of ancient music from long forgotten cultures. You are hereby granted access to a classified training simulation. Prepare yourself for the league.

Musicracer is a free music based game that lets you race all the music living on your local harddisk. Just select an arbitrary .mp3, .ogg, .wav or .flac file from your computer and Musicracer will generate an unique track for any song.

http://www.musicracer.de/

What's New in this Version
- fixed keyboard control and improved mouse control sensitivity.
- added FLAC support.
- added keyboard navigation to the filechooser. You can now jump to folders by simply typing the first few characters of a band or folder name.

Music racer
System Requirements

    * Mac OS X 10.5 or later
    * Window XP or later

Download Details

Company:    Overeal
Version:    1.0.1
Post Date:    October 19, 2010
License:    Freeware

http://www.musicracer.de/

Categories: Simulator - Arcade Game - Plays Song - You Race - Windows XP - Vista - 7 - Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard - 10.10 Yosemite
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