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Desktop Racing Controls

Desktop Racing is controlled by using the keyboard. The up and down arrow keys move your vehicle forward and backward respectively. The left and right arrow keys are used to balance your vehicle. Press the Z key to activate your turbo boost and the spacebar to jump. The escape key pauses the game.

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Desktop Racing Walkthrough

Desktop Racing is a car game that lets you race a model car through your office. This driving game features colorful graphics, eighteen levels, six achievements, and unique sound effects and music!

Despite its name, Desktop Racing is not a true racing game since you do not race against computer-controlled opponents. Instead, you will race against the clock. The objective is to reach the finish line before time runs out. There are eighteen levels in this driving game, spanning various locations such as offices and lunchrooms. You do not have to beat all of these levels in one session since your progress is automatically saved. You can also replay levels that you have already completed in order to better your finishing times.

Desktop Racing uses the keyboard as its control device. The up and down arrow keys are used to accelerate forward and backward respectively. The left and right arrow keys tilt your car in the corresponding direction. The spacebar is used to jump; press and hold the spacebar to apply power, then release the spacebar to jump. Press the Z key to activate your turbo boost (provided that the blue bar at the top of the screen is not depleted). You probably will not jump or use your booster much in the first levels of this car game, but these functions become useful later on.

Desktop Racing is not the most original driving game on the Web, but it shows that a lot of skill and polish were put into making this game. The artwork is fantastic, the game runs smoothly, and the gameplay is entertaining. The one thing that stands out the most in this car game, however, is its audio. All of the audio, be it music or sound effects is done a capella. This gives the game a somewhat humorous spirit without detracting from the core gameplay.

Desktop Racing does not win first prize for originality, but it does score points for awesome graphics, great gameplay, and cool a capella audio. If you are a fan of casual car games, then you won't want to miss Desktop Racing. Just don't try to race model cars in your office in real life!