Developed by Eden Games (or Eden Studios as it was known back then) and published by Infogrames, V-Rally quickly became a flagship title selling over seven million units and grossing $2,000,000. Unlike other popular rally games of its time, V-Rally offered its players the unique opportunity to race directly against each other in split-screen mode as opposed to racing against the clock. The game boasted ten different race locations and eleven official World Rally Championship cars, including four from the WRC class and seven Formula 2 Kit Cars.
To mark the twenty-year anniversary of V-Rally, Eden Games has come up with an image gallery its favourite rally cars featured in the three iterations of the game.
Eden Games hasn't forgotten its roots. Their latest mobile game, Gear.Club, offers a rally mode for those who love nothing more than drifting on sand and dirt.