A very simple physics-based driving simulator
Verlet Viper is a simple, experimental driving simulator written in Blitz3D. It uses a physics modelling system called "Verlets". The car model is a Dodge Viper.
All actions the car makes are guided by verlet physics calculating the force the wheels exert on the ground. Jumps, tumbles, skids and crashes are all calculated, not scripted.
Operating System: Any 32-bit Windows OS (95, 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, etc) with DirectX 7 or higher.
Processor: 500 Mhz or faster recommended
Video Card: 3D accelerated with DirectX 7 or higher support
Arrows = Steering, accelerate, brake
A / Z = Gear up/down
Space = Reset car
Ctrl = Jump
Tab = Change camera view (First or third person view)
Mouse = Move camera
Mousewheel = Zoom
Esc = Exit game