Toy Racer

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Toy Racer
Publisher: Sega
System(s): Sega Dreamcast
Genre: Racing

Release Date RRP Code
Sega Dreamcast
£5.99[1] MK-51149-50
Sega Dreamcast
?F MK-51149-50
Sega Dreamcast
DM ? MK-51149-50
Sega Dreamcast
?Ptas MK-51149-50

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Toy Racer is the sequel to Toy Commander. It was developed by No Cliché, published by Sega and only released in Europe for a budget price of £5 (where £1 of this would go to charity). It was marketed as being an online game, and as a result has no AI players to race against in single-player mode.

A North American version, set to debut shortly after the European copy, was seemingly announced[2], but never materialised.

The Online portions to the game where brought back online in 2014[3] and supports both the Modem and the "Dreamcast Broadband Adapter".

Production credits

No Cliché Credits
  • Creative Director: Frédérick Raynal
  • Art Director: Didier Chanfray
  • Project Manager, Main Programmer: Frantz Cournil
  • Network programming, Menus, Server: Pascal Dubois
  • Game & Track Design, Script Coding, Resources Manager: Lionel Chaze
  • 2D Artist for Menus, Marketing Support: Sabine Morlat
  • Menus design: Olivier Martin
  • Hidden Vehicles: Romain Chavanne
  • Libraries, Optimization: Sébastien Viannay
  • Vehicles, Special F/X, Animation: Arnaud Lhomme
  • Physics, Dynamics, Algorithmic: Cédrick Collomb
  • Music, Sound F/X: Philippe Vachey
  • Executive Producer: David Chomard
Sega Credits
Source: EU manual

Magazine articles

Main article: Toy Racer/Magazine articles.


Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
80 №18, p122
80 №110, p86[4]
20 №231, p95[1]
Sega Dreamcast
Based on
3 reviews

Dreamcast, EU
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