H-Craft Championship – fun to play scifi-racer

H-Craft Championship is a 3D racer game.

The game is science fiction based, where the racing vehicles are hovercraft that scoot the superhighways in the sky.

The main game mode is the championship, a series of events in which victory unlocks more tracks and vehicles. It is a single player game with no network gameplay. However, you can record a ‘ghost’ of your race and send the file to a friend, so that s/he can race against your best time, on the same track. Similarly, in ‘Rival’ mode, up to four players can race on the same track, in succession, against the ghosts of previous contestants, so there is a form of hotseat multiplayer.

The main aim of the game is not just to go fast, but to stay on the track.

Features include:

  • 28+ racetracks.
  • 4 different gaming modes with a challenging Championship mode.
  • 3 hovercraft.
  • Unique driving physics simulation.
  • Fresh design.

Website: www.irrgheist.com
Developer: Irrgheist
License: Commercial

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