Storm City's Ram Racing is a hard game to judge. On the one hand, it's a nostalgic trip down memory lane, bringing back memories of Test Drive Off Road or Cruis'n USA with its incredibly simplistic setup and budget price. On the other, it's a game with outdated graphics and too little in the way of content.
Ram Racing offers just seven tournaments, spread across six individual tracks. The tracks themselves are themed, with one taking place across Egypt and another dropping you deep into a tropical jungle, as two examples. To say this is a limited selection is an understatement, even when compared to other arcade racers. Adding only slightly to the variety, you'll be able to play tracks backwards, but the design of the tracks themselves leaves a lot to be desired. That is, a track may either have too many sharp corners or narrow alleys, causing unnecessary frustration as you slam into invisible barriers, or it can be far too wide, straight and even boring.