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A Wiki about the vehicles from the Crash Time series, a game series developed by Synetic, who closed their doors on March 31, 2014, and published by RTL Playtainment. The Crash Time series is based on Alarm für Cobra 11: Die Autobahnpolizei, a german TV show. As of 2013, there is no publisher contuining the series. Synetic was best known for World Racing 2, a sequel to Mercedes-Benz World Racing which featured a large modding community.

Crash Time was best known for its poor voice acting and sensitive controls.

Trivia Edit

The Crash Time series' vehicles were modeled by former college student, Martin Leps, who worked at Synetic from 2005-2012.

Alarm for Cobra 11: NitroEdit

Based on the German TV series of the same name. Features 27 missions and 3 sceneries (Autobahn, City, Country Road) and uses an enhanced version of the graphics engine used in the World Racing series.

It was released on November 2006.

Alarm for Cobra 11: Crash TimeEdit

Features up to 50 non-linear missions in different sceneries and uses an enhanced version of the same graphics engine used in the World Racing series. There are also more vehicles and the original vehicles have improved and are more detailed.

It was released on November 7, 2007.

Crash Time 2Edit

Another title following the AFC11 series. The game uses an even more enhanced version of World Racing graphics engine and has more vehicles but some vehicles have been removed. The vehicles now have interior textures as opposed to the blank gray textures.

It was released on November 27, 2008.

Crash Time 3 Edit

This title now features day and night cycle, as well as more vehicles, but then again, some of them were removed.

It was released on November 27, 2009.

Crash Time 4 Edit

It no longer features day and night cycle. There are new vehicles, again, some were removed from the previous title. The vehicles have brand new engine sounds.

It was released on November 26, 2010.

Crash Time 5 Edit

The very final title of the Crash Time series. The City scenery has been replaced with "Alps" and there are racetracks in their own sceneries, as well as some mission-exclusive sceneries. The vehicles now have "normal" textures which gives them that reflective effect. It featured a new bunch of sports cars, as well as some new weapons. Some vehicles have been, again removed.

It was released on October 2012.

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