Good Old Games Adds 'Moto Racer' and 'Chaser'; Nobilis Group Becomes a Content Provider

Good Old Games revealed a new partner is joining the quest to ignore DRM on PC titles. France-based game publisher Nobilis Group has been added to the family, and brings with them a welcome basket containing one of its prized properties: Moto Racer.

Originally developed by (the now defunct) Delphine Software International and published by Electronic Arts, Moto Racer features four tracks (with four more available to unlock), multiple dirt and street bikes, and two-player LAN support. Moto Racer 2 and Moto Racer 3 will be added to the library "soon."

Also added to Good Old Games this week is the first-person shooter Chaser, originally developed by Encore Software Cauldron HQ in 2003.

Powered by the CloakNT engine, Chaser follows your typical amnesiac hero--named John Chaser--who must discover who he is and why people want him dead. Although the game is set in the future, Chaser's arsenal was purposefully modeled after real-life and modern weaponry.

Both Moto Racer and Chaser are available for $5.99 each.

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