Drag Racer (video game)

Drag Racer (video game)
Drag Racer
Developer(s) Phantom Games, XMG Studio
Publisher(s) Phantom Games, XMG Studio
Platform(s) Adobe Flash, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad
Release date(s) June, 2003
Genre(s) Gaming, Family & Arcade, Racing
Mode(s) Single Player, Multiplayer

Drag Racer is a flash game developed by Phantom Games. It was first released in 2003, and has had 3 flash-based versions released since then. The latest version has over 30 million views on newgrounds and has a huge active user-base. The game was recently ported to iOS devices (iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad) by XMG Studio.

Game Description

Drag Racer is a drag racing series that allows the user to not only race their cars, but also create and customize them. The controls are quite easy (just a gas pedal and a gear shifter) but the races are exhilarating and challenging. The recent iOS versions even gives users the ability to use their own pictures on their car designs. You can reduce weight, add nitrous oxide, engine, computer, drivetrain, exhaust, induction, upgrade ignition and more. All these upgrades will make your car faster but you can improve the looks of your car as well. You can change the paint (the colours are in RGB).

Version History

  • Drag Racer (flash based): Released in 2003[1]
  • Drag Racer v2 (flash based): Released in 2003[2]
  • Drag Racer v3 (flash based): Released in 2004 [3]
  • Drag Racer: Pro Tuner (iOS based)
  • Drag Racer: Car Creator (iOS based)
  • Drag Racer HD (iOS based)


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