Street Legal Racing Redline is a racing game developed by Invictus and published by Activision Value. The game was released for Windows in July 2003.
On September 9, 2014, Invictus announced via their Facebook page that the Street Legal franchise, as well as every other game Invictus had developed using that game engine was now abandonware, and the engine, along with all the art assets, were for sale.
The game takes place in Valo City (possibly a play on the word "velocity"), a metropolis known for its vast underworld of illegal street racing. The plot of the game is to beat every club and accomplish the requirements to enter the Race of Champions, a prestigious racing competition where one can win a bonus car. Players have to race others on the streets during the day for prestige (respect) or money to customize the car. During the night, players can either participate in a drag race against another driver or watch the race. And also the newly added race tracks that allows the player to race their own vehicles against AI's on a race track to win a prize.
A unique feature of the game is its detailed level of customization for the vehicles. The player can buy a completely new car from the dealership, a used one from a local shop where they were already customized or even totaled, or build the car from scratch with a chassis. Unlike a traditional street racing video game if the player crashes their car the consequences are very real and must manually replace each part that got destroyed in the crash.
Currently, there are three patches for the game: the 2.2.1 MWM (by Miran & Wichur), 2.3.0 Live Edition (by Raxat) and SLRR2015 (by Bigg Boss93, available on VStanced.com). The latest version (2.3.1) was released on Steam and is gradually improved by the Russian game developer ImageCode in collaboration with Raxat.
Screenshots from the game Street Legal Racing Redline
System requirements Street Legal Racing Redline for Mac Os:
- Mac OS X
- CXEx Ebony Engine