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KRAZE is a 3d game of its own kind. No parallels, no verticals come close in comparison. A visual delight, a story unfolds tantalizing racing enthusiasts to join the race of their lifetime. With the most powerful race cars you compete to conquer the Kraze championship followed by the challenging street races. The prospect of racing against the wildest of racers in the toughest of racing fields of the world is too tempting to resist. Spell binding visuals cut to the fusion of hip hop, trance and rock add to the adrenalin rush.
Kraze Championship includes various racing clubs which include Mud Race, Rally and F1. Designed to test racing skills in all ranges (open and closed) irrespective of the track KRAZE is first of its kind that engages the gamer into navigating the slippery slide of the mud race into the cross country maze of hilly terrain, the shimmering mirage of the desert sands before it pits you against the pros of Formula1.
Last but not the least; you take on the street smarts on their own turf. Do they stand a chance? It’s for you to know and for them to find out.
All genres of racing encompassed i.e., field, country side, stadium and city streets
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Start your career by creating a profile to win the Kraze championship
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Winning is as a stepping stone into the next level
Quick Race mode puts you in a level at random
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Total Game play duration for the average player – an estimated 3 hours
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The strangest jigsaw pzzle in the world!
THE STRANGEST JIGSAW PUZZLE IN THE WORLDTHE JIGSAW PUZZLE
It was on the top shelf of an old bookcase, covered with dust and barely visible. Lisa decided she had to find out what it was. Of all the things in the old junk shop, it aroused her curiosity most. She had looked through old books, prints,
and postcards for years. Nothing had caught her interest. Now the old box, high and out of reach, intrigued her.
She looked around for the old man who ran the store. But he had gone into the back room. She saw a stepladder
across the room and brought it over to the bookcase. It shook on the uneven floorboards as she climbed to the top step.
Lisa patted her hand along the surface of the top shelf, trying to find the box. The dirt was thick and gritty on the board.
Then she touched the box. It was made of cardboard. The cardboard was cold and soft from being in the damp room
for such a long time. She lifted the box slowly, trying to steady her balance on the stepladder.
As the side of the box reached her eye level, she could read the words:
She sat the box down on top of the stepladder and climbed down a few steps. Then she blew away some of the dust that had accumulated on the lid. It billowed up around her with a musty, dead odor. But now she could make out a few more
words on top of the box:
IN THE WORLD
There were other words underneath that, but they had been rubbed off the cardboard lid. The big picture on the cover
had been curiously damaged. Lisa could make out areas of light and dark. It looked as though the scene might be in a
room. But most of the picture had been scratched off the cardboard box, probably by a sharp instrument.
The mysterious nature of the jigsaw puzzle made it even more appealing to Lisa. She decided she would buy it. The
lid was taped down securely; that probably meant that all the pieces would be there. As she carefully climbed down the
stepladder, holding the box in both a find, just hands, Lisa smiled to herself. It was quite the sort of thing she had always
hoped to discover whilerummaging through secondhand stores.
Mr. Tuborg, the owner of the store, came out of the back room as she was walking up to his sales desk. He looked
curiously at the box when Lisa set it down.
"And where did you find that?" he asked her.
Lisa pointed to where she had set up the stepladder. "It was on top of that bookcase, You could barely see it from the
"Well, I've never seen it before, that's for sure," Mr.Tuborg said. "Can't imagine how you found it."
Lisa was more pleased than ever about her find. She felt as though the puzzle had been hiding up there, waiting for her to discover it. She paid Mr. Tuborg the twenty-five cents he asked for the puzzle and then wrapped it carefully in the
newspapers he gave her to take it home in.
As soon as she had climbed the flight of stairs to her room, Lisa cleaned off the big table in the center of the room. She
set the box down on it.
IN THE WORLD
Lisa read the words again. She wondered what they could mean. How strange could a jigsaw puzzle be? The tape that held the lid down was still strong. Lisa got out a kitchen knife to slice through it. When she lifted the cover off the box,
a musty smell came from inside. But the jigsaw pieces all looked in good condition. Lisa picked one up. The color was
faded, but the picture was clear. She could see the shape of a finger in the piece. It looked like a woman's finger. Lisa
sat down and started to lay out the pieces, top-side up, on the large table. As she took them from the box, she sorted out
the flat-edged pieces from the inside pieces. Every so often, she would recognize something in one of the pieces. She
saw some blond hair, a windowpane, and a small vase. There was a lot of wood texture in the pieces, plus what looked
like wallpaper. Lisa noticed that the wallpaper in the puzzle looked a lot like the wallpaper in her own room. She
wondered if her wallpaper was as old as the jigsaw puzzle. It would be an incredible coincidence, but it could be the same.
By the time Lisa had all the pieces laid out on the table, it was 6:30. She got up and made herself a sandwich. Already,
her back was beginning to hurt a little from leaning over the table. But she couldn't stay away from the puzzle. She went
back to the table and set her sandwich down beside her. It was always like that when she did jigsaws. Once she started,
she couldn't stop until the puzzle was all put together.
She began to sort out the edge pieces according to their coloring. There were dark brown pieces, whitish pieces, the
wallpaper pieces, and some pieces that seemed to be like glass-perhaps a window. As she slowly ate her sandwich, Lisa
pieced together the border. When she was finished, she knew she had been right about the setting of the picture when
she had first seen the puzzle. It was a room. One side of the border was wallpaper. Lisa decided to fill that in first. She
was curious about its resemblance to her own wallpaper.
She gathered all the pieces together that had the blue and lilac flowered design. As she fit the pieces together, it became clear that the wallpaper in the puzzle was identical to the wallpaper in her room. Lisa glanced back and forth between the puzzle and her wall. It was an exact match.
By now it was 8:30. Lisa leaned back in her chair.
Her back was stiff. She looked over at her window. The night was black outside. Lisa got up and walked over to the
window. Suddenly, she felt uneasy, alone in the apartment. She pulled the white shade over the window.
She paced around the room once, trying to think of something else she might do other than finish the puzzle. But
nothing else interested her. She went back and sat down at the table.
Next she started to fill iii the lower right-hand corner. There was a rug and then a chair. This part of the puzzle was
very dark. Lisa noticed uneasily that the chair was the same shape as one sitting in the corner of her room. But the colors
didn't seem exactly the same. Her chair was maroon. The one in the puzzle was in the shadows and seemed almost black.
Lisa continued to fill in the border toward the middle. There was more wallpaper to finish on top. The left-hand side
did turn out to be a window. Through it, a half moon hung in a dark sky. But it was the bottom on the puzzle that began
to bother Lisa. As the pieces fell into place, she saw a picture of a pair of legs, crossed underneath a table. They were
the legs of a young woman. Lisa reached down and ran her hand along one of her legs. Suddenly, she had felt as though
something was crawling up it, but it must have been her imagination.
She stared down at the puzzle. It was almost three quarters done. Only the middle remained. Lisa glanced at the lid
to the puzzle box:
Lisa leaned back in her chair again. Her back ached. Her neck muscles were tense and strained. She thought about
quitting the puzzle. It scared her now.
She stood up and stretched. Then she looked down at the puzzle on the table. It looked different from the higher angle. Lisa was shocked by what she saw. Her body began to tremble all over. It was unmistakable---the picture in the puzzle was of her own room. The window was placed correctly in relation to the table. The bookcase stood in its exact spot
against the wall. Even the carved table legs were the same....
Lisa raised her hand to knock the pieces of the puzzle apart. She didn't want to finish the strangest jigsaw puzzle in the
world; she didn't want to find out what the hole in the middle of the puzzle might turn out to be. But then she lowered
her hand. Perhaps it was worse not to know. Perhaps it was worse to wait and wonder.
Lisa sank back down into the chair at the table. She fought off the fear that crept into the sore muscles on her back.
Deliberately, piece by piece, she began to fill in the hole in the puzzle. She put together a picture of a table, on which lay
a jigsaw puzzle. This puzzle inside the puzzle was finished. But Lisa couldn't make out what it showed. She pieced
together the young woman who was herself. As she filled in the picture, her own body slowly filled with horror and dread.
It was all there in the picture ... the vase filled with blue cornflowers, her red cardigan sweater, the wild look of fear in
her own face.
The jigsaw puzzle lay before her---finished except for two adjoining pieces. They were dark pieces, ones she hadn't been able to fit into the area of the window. Lisa looked behind her. The white blind was drawn over her window. With relief,
she realized that the puzzle picture was not exactly like her room. It showed the black night behind the window pane and
a moon shining in the sky.
With trembling hands, Lisa reached for the second to last piece. She dropped it into one of the empty spaces. It
seemed to be half a face, but not a human face. She reached for the last piece. She pressed it into the small hole left in
The face was complete---the face in the window. It was more horrible than anything she had ever seen, or dreamed.
Lisa looked at the picture of herself in the puzzle and then back to that face.
When she whirled around. The blind was no longer over her window. The night showed black through the
windowpane. A half moon hung low in the sky.
Lisa screamed.... The face ... it was there, too.
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