Trigger Rally – 3D rally simulation game

Trigger Rally is a fast-paced open source rally racing game. It uses canvas, WebGL and the three.js library. Fun for all the family. Trigger comes with a number of challenges where you have to race several tracks to finish each challenge.

When racing a track, the player has to reach several locations marked by pulsating rings in sequence. A race is won if the player reaches the last location in time.

There is also a JavaScript online port of Trigger Rally available which demonstrates the potential of HTML5 games.

Features include:

  • 2 vehicles to race:
    • Seat Cordoba WRC.
    • Ford Focus.
  • Events:
    • RS Cup.
    • Trigger Cup.
    • Western Challenge.
  • Race a sequence of different courses:
    • Banana Island.
    • Cross Mountain.
    • Delta.
    • Desert Rush.
    • Ghats.
    • Green Grounds.
    • Helicoil.
    • Icy Peak.
    • Monza.
    • Mountain Pass.
    • Mountain climbing.
    • Pulp  cars can fly.
    • Roundhouse kicks.
    • Santa Cruz.
    • Serpentine.
    • Snow Level.
    • Snowy Hills.
    • Tea in the Sahara.
    • Torbago.
    • Volcanic Island.
  • Increasing levels of difficulty.
  • Highly customisable.
  • Practice mode.
  • Easy to add new levels and vehicles.

Website: sourceforge.net/projects/trigger-rally
Support:
Developer: Jasmine Kent, Code Artemis and others
License: GNU GPL v2

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