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Retro racer Horizon Chase Turbo gets a big free Adventures game mode

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Horizon Chase Turbo is a very highly rated retro racing game from developer AQUIRIS and today it sees a huge free upgrade. This is to celebrate the 7th anniversary of the franchise.

If you've not played it before, it's directly inspired by a bunch of different classic racers from the 80s and 90s like Out Run, Lotus Turbo Challenge, Top Gear (SNES), Rush and plenty more. This is a straight to the point arcade racer with no extra fluff, just you and the track.

The Adventure game mode update will bring with it a series of five challenges available for each of the 34 cars in the game, totaling 170 different races to beat. You also get a new skin for each of the cars in the game, as a reward for completing each adventure.

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Sounds like a pretty sweet free update!

Available on Humble Store and Steam. It has a Native Linux version and it is Steam Deck Verified!

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pramsky Aug 12, 2022
I have the game on the PS4. So much fun to play!
Slackdog Aug 12, 2022
Native linux, runs and plays great! Had a lot of fun with this one.
sebastianlacuesta Aug 12, 2022
Looks like there's some Midway's Cruis'n (USA|World|Exotica) games influence in the names of the cars too!
Craggles086 Aug 12, 2022
So these guys have had a native linux build for like forever..

Many wasted hours.
Drakker Aug 13, 2022
Exceptionally good game. I usually hate racing games, but this one is pure gold.
Gdawg Aug 13, 2022
Used to love Lotus Turbo Challenge on the Amiga. This sounds like a good reason to install Horizon on my SD.
redneckdrow Aug 13, 2022
I bought the game yesterday, it's currently 75% off on steam, and it's a blast! Finally a racing game I'm not total crap at!
nullzero Aug 16, 2022
Nice! Only started playing it now and it's perfect on the deck too!
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