Every racing has adopted a genre and they develop their further upgrades based on those defined notions. For instance, NFS Most Wanted focused on breaking the rules around the city and indulging in police pursuits to gain bounty. Similarly, as for Turbo Night Racer, it places all races as the lights go out, low in glades, when the night is settling. The race during the night depict the presence of an unknown dormant power whirling around the street without hassles.
Quite obviously, Turbo Night Racer is a motor car racing game. Known for easy controls and fairly easy to learn, although it actually is really difficult to master. The game offers all the basics one would need to go ahead in their career in Turbo Night Racer, including tracks in multiple locations, cars in garage, and cars in showrooms up for sale when player earns enough money. The complex racing tracks have been designed, which can surprisingly captivate players with its sheer beauty.
The game does not possess exceptionally great graphics, but still manages to impress first time players. Loaded with intuitive controls, countless cars to buy and some challenging tracks, Turbo Night Racer comes as complete package for players looking to ride in the dark just like elves in the night sky, unstoppable, invincible. Another icing on the cake for players is the never ending music, motivating the drivers to go beyond limits, beyond zenith. The power of the music is doubled with frequently occurring power ups to boost our vehicle’s speed and control every now and then.