The Race

Bullet
  • Hidden Object race
  • Discover 30 global scenes
  • 2 terrific modes
  • Get help at our Forums
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 7.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 69

Review for game The Race

Compete against five cut-throat teams in the worldwide adventure spanning 30 locations. Race past spots like Niagara Falls in Challenge mode, or relax and explore at your own pace in World Explorer mode. Sleuth for hidden objects using tools like a magnifying glass and a compass, or hurl a bomb to knock off a team in the lead. Blaze through 120 rounds in The Race World Wide Adventure and sharpen your scouting skills.



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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

August 5, 2008

Game Rank

3096 points

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Better than I had hoped
June 27, 2012

Since I tend to favor story-heavy games, I expected this one to be fairly boring. There's no story per se, only the simple premise of being in a "hidden object" race around the globe. But despite that, I found myself having a good time, and played through the game in its entirety. Clearly they did something right. :-)

Boring....Yawn.....Yawn....Boring
May 13, 2014

Did I mention how boring this game is? Oh yeah, I did. I did see this show on t.v. so I understood the premise quite well. Go about the world finding items and try to be the winner. Easy enough, except..... You have two modes to play: Challenger (timed, try to beat other teams) and World Explorer (relaxed - thought it wasn't timed - and you receive bronze, silver or gold trophies at each location). Graphics - lousy; visual - lousy; sound - good , Pros: The only good thing about this game was the tools you had to earn by finding additional items which are (I'm going to butcher this word) silhouetted at the bottom of your screen in black. You could earn apparently several of each - hot/cold, compass, locator and a magnifying glass (which is extremely helpful but time consuming to use). Cons: Everything else. The screen was a miasma of items placed one on top of the other - if I counted I'll bet there were hundreds of items to find and the list was maybe 12-14 items long. Also, these items were so tiny I quickly understood the importance of the magnifying glass tool. I was bored and only played for about 20 minutes - if that - and only that long because I LOVED the tools - so much fun! I am so sorry BF, I don't often do this, but this Glam-ma cannot recommend this game.

fun hidden object game
December 11, 2011

i love to play hidden object games

Where's the umph
February 13, 2012

Do you really want to spend your money on merely 'OK'. The graphics were ok. There was a suggestion but no real story. Some things were easy to find, others were harder but not worth the effort. The hints are vague.

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