Car Parking City Duel

Car Parking City Duel

Date added: 05/12/2022

Played: 315

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Car Parking City Duel has something that you may hardly find in other racing games at It’s a 3-in-1 game. Why? Because you have a racing game, a parking game, and a driving game to enjoy. Specifically, this game offers 7 different game modes including Race, Mission, Parking, Crash, Overtake, and Free Roam. Each mode gives you a unique experience and in some modes, you can play with your friend in a 2-player setting. Let’s go into detail.

Race mode has 10 levels. 4 players join a race and you have to be the first to cross the finish line to move to the next level. In the Mission mode, you have to clear a specific mission within a certain amount of time. You have 20 missions to complete. As its name, you have to park your car at a specified location for a limited time. With Crash mode, you have to crash as many cars as possible within 60 seconds. A destroyed car is 1 point. Let’s see how many cars can you destroy here.

What about Overtake mode – the sixth mode of this 2player games? In Overtake game mode, you pass other vehicles on the way as close as you can. By doing that, you will get scores. However, each time you crash into a car, some scores will be taken away. Drift game mode gives you 4 options for time settings. Choose one and drift your way through the city and get as high scores as you can by performing awesome drifts.

In Free Roam, feel free to drive your way without any limitations. Not only have several game modes, but the game also has a variety of supercars for you to unlock and own. Check them out. Don’t forget to discover other enjoyable games such as Mountain Climb Racing and Cyber Racer Battles.

Who developer game? Car Parking City Duel was developed by RHM Interactive.

Game controls:

Player 1: Uses WASD to move, C to switch cameras, Left Shift for NOS, Space to brake, R to restart, and T to look back.

Player 2: Uses arrow keys to move, K to switch cameras, O for NOS, P to brake, U to restart, and L to look back.

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