You’re strapped so tight to your seat that the smallest movement makes the belt chafe at your chest and neck. While a single drop of sweat lazily trickles down your temple and chin, you wonder yet again what it is you have gotten yourself into, but an intoxicating mixture of dread and almost sensuous excitement soon drowns out all other emotions. Not a realistic racing simulator, Raging Thunder is a game based on tried and true arcade values. Speed, accessibility and fun, in other words, trump the limitations imposed by so called ‘real world physics’. In the world of Raging Thunder there are no such things as ‘too narrow turns’ or ‘impossible overtakes’ (and luckily, definitely no such things as ‘traffic control officers’). The primary strengths of Raging Thunder, and the aspects we ourselves are most proud of, is its immersive game play mechanics, its responsive, precise controls and its rich, beautiful graphics. It is a game for everyone to ‘pick up and play’, for ten minutes or for two hours, but one that evolves as players progress. We want Raging Thunder to create an itch in players that only ‘finishing that next race’ can scratch. Increasing difficulty, unlock-able features and a dynamic game world offers replay ability and guarantees that the game stays fresh.