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|The primary vehicles featured in the game.|
|Automobile||These games allow the player to take control of an automobile (both driving and racing it) or otherwise focus on automobiles even if they are not driven.||MobyGames|
|Bicycle||These games allow the player to take control of a non-motorized bike to explore or race, or allow the player to manage a bike racing team.||Overlap with cycling category?
|Bus||These games allow the player to take control of or otherwise focus on buses. This includes both racing, simulation driving or any managerial game focusing on buses.||MobyGames|
|Flight||These games allow the player to take control of an aircraft (both flight and combat) or otherwise focus on aircrafts or aviation. Helicopters have their own genre where Flight/Aviation is implied. This genre also covers hot air balloons, blimps, zeppelins, gliders, hang-gliders and similar ones.||MobyGames|
|Helicopter||These games allow the player to take control of a helicopter (both flight and battle) or otherwise focus on helicopters.||MobyGames|
|Hovercraft||These games allow the player to take control of a hovercraft, a hybrid craft capable of travelling over land, water, mud or ice and other surfaces. This also includes futuristic crafts that hover above the ground (e.g. Wipeout or F-Zero). Hovercraft games do not have the genres Flight/Aviation or Naval/Watercraft.||MobyGames|
|Industrial||Games that prominently feature agricultural / industrial vehicles controlled directly in a simulation.||MobyGames|
|Motorcycle||These games allow the player to take control of a motorcycle, dirtbike or similar vehicle or otherwise focus on motorcycles.||MobyGames|
|Naval/watercraft||These games allow the player to take control of a boat, ship or other type of watercraft, or otherwise focus on watercraft or naval combat or navigation. Hovercrafts are considered a separate genre.||MobyGames|
|Off-roading||These games allow the player to participate in or otherwise focus on off-road racing/driving.||MobyGames|
|Robot||These games allow the player to take control of or otherwise focus on robots or machines controlled by people. These machines vary great in size and shape, but are distinguished from other vehicles by their humanoid or biomorphic appearance.||MobyGames|
|Self-propelled artillery||These games allow the player to take control of a self-propelled artillery or otherwise focus on self-propelled or mobile artillery.||MobyGames|
|Space flight||These games allow the player to take control of spacecraft or otherwise focus on spacecrafts.||MobyGames|
|Street racing||Games which revolve around the practice of street racing, i.e. racing of motor vehicles on a public road. This practice is mostly illegal in real life, and many games depict it as an underground, illicit affair (and may feature themes such as dodging regular traffic or avoiding police), but this is not necessary for inclusion in the group.||MobyGames|
|Tank||Gameplay featuring tanks whether they are fictional or based on reality.||MobyGames|
|Track racing||These games allow the player to participate in or otherwise focus on racing/driving on racing tracks. This does not need to be a real race track, but it needs to be clear the environment has been fenced off or designed in such a way that a track is created, regardless of the surface or the setting. Racing games that take place in open environments where all obstacles or routes are natural, without human intervention to create a track (e.g. Outrun), do not receive this genre. Invisible barriers also do not count as a way to create a track. In order to receive this genre, the majority of the racing needs to take place on a track.||MobyGames|
|Train||These games allow the player to take control of a train or otherwise focus on trains.||MobyGames|
|Transport||These games allow the player to take control of or otherwise focus transporting people or cargo using vehicles.||MobyGames|
|Truck||These games allow the player to take control of or otherwise focus on trucks. This includes racing, but also transport.||MobyGames|
This category has the following 19 subcategories, out of 19 total.
Pages in category "Vehicle subcategories"
The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total.