-Fixed crash at start up that was affecting certain models of Mac
Race your dream car in the ultimate test: a drag race along deserted city streets. CSR Racing combines stunning, high-fidelity graphics with addictive gameplay to create a new type of racing experience.
Upgrade your Audi R8, BMW M3 or Chevy Corvette with turbos, nitrous injection and aerodynamic tweaks to beat tougher and tougher opponents. And when you’re ready, it’s time to challenge the crews that rule the city.
Full retina resolution and next-gen lighting combine to beat any 1080p console racing game on the market.
Officially licensed cars from Audi, Bentley, BMW, Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, GM, Mini, McLaren, Pagani and Nissan; incl. Audi R8, Ford GT, Chevrolet Camaro, McLaren MP4-12C, Nissan GT-R, BMW M3 and a few surprises!
THE ULTIMATE CHALLENGE
R8 vs GT-R. Continental Supersports vs SLR McLaren. Your car against theirs. In a straight line. It's about power, skill and tactics. Hit the right revs and let that turbo work. But deploy the nitrous at the wrong time, and you're toast.
UPGRADE YOUR CAR
Choose from turbos, engine stages, ECU tweaks, racing tires and much more to strategically upgrade your car to fit your driving style. But remember: no two cars are the same – don't overload a RWD on skinny tires with power it can't handle.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR RIDE
Make a statement with custom license plates, custom paints and original custom decals.
RULE THE CITY
You are not alone. The crews that rule the city are watching you, and you will soon face their best drivers. Beat their bosses, and you'll take over their district. So far so good – but all is not what it seems…
Make sure you play online to gain access to the latest content and features, and to ensure that your profile is backed up online.
PLEASE NOTE! CSR Racing is free to play, but it contains items that can be purchased for real money.
Requires Mac OS X “Mountain Lion”
CSR Racing is published by NaturalMotion Games
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- June 14, 2014 Initial release