Rate Start Drive
3.4/5 stars (5 votes)

Start Drive Controls

Start Drive's control scheme? Shouldn't be too hard. It's the same with most racing games found in the net. As long as your keyboard's directional keys are working, you should be good to go. Press up to accelerate forward. To slow down, just hit the down directional key, just down hold down that button for too long or you will slow down like a turtle. To steer to the left or right, just use the left and right directional keys. Alternatively, you can also use the W, A, S, and D keys, which is think is better than the arrow key controls. Anyway, take your pick. That's about it for the controls. Now let's check out the game and have fun...

  • Rating: 3.4/5

  • Plays: 8092

Start Drive Walkthrough

On the hunt for 3D motor racing games that come with different bikes to ride on and tracks to race? Yeah? No biggie, you don't have to look any further. Start Drive is one of those racing games that will keep you busy on a boring Sunday afternoon. The goal of this motor racing game is very straightforward: get your racing face on, compete with other racers, and see how fast you can compete the race tracks and laps.

Let me remind you though, the racers you will be up against (AI racers, unfortunately, there's no multiplayer mode) are no push overs. They are AI racers after all and they showcase precision and speed. Don't be a slouch if you want to win in this free online motorcycle racing game.

As for strategy and tips, there's not much to be said about Start Drive. If you have played and won in some online racing games before, then you should know what to do in this game. Tricks won't get you far... BUT solid racing and driving skills will. While there are not a lot of advice I can give you in form of tricks and strategies, there are some notable stuff in the game that you should know about. Let's take a closer look.

Not Too Good Stuff - Delay: Yes, you have read that right. If you think delays are present only in online multiplayer games, you are mistaken. It's very much existing in Start Drive, which makes the experience a little frustrating if you can't deal with it. There are curves on tracks where there seems to be a 2 or 3 second delay before your motorcycle will respond to your keyboard and directional key commands. The result? You will be left by the pack... so much that you can almost forget about winning that track.

Aside from that, I don't have any other quibbles with Start Drive (although the only quibble is a major one). While the 3D graphics is fairly simple looking and it's not as extensive as other 3D racing games out there, it is, without a doubt, playable. If you are looking for racing games that will keep you occupied when there is nothing else to do and if boredom is about to kill you, Start Drive should be in your list.