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You're on the freeway, driving your car and you're in a hurry. The freeway is crowded, all the idiot drivers are driving slow, but you have to speed it up. The only solution is to unleash your fury. Climb to your car's roof for some fresh air... And hijack a ride from another car while you're at it! Gain nitro boost by jumping onto other cars, drive into oncoming traffic just for the thrill of it, and do a variety of other crazy stunts. Only thing you can't do is brake! But why would you want to do that? Reach the check points before your time is up. Freeway Fury offers car crashing, jumping, action packed madness! The mission of the Freeway Fury game is to do crazy stunts, earn points and nitro. The larger the car the more it can handle, why not use hijack a semi and crash up a couple cars? You can have a lot fun with Freeway Fury!
Do you sometimes wish you could unleash your fury on the freeway, and do you also like free online games? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Freeway Fury game online.
Use the left and right arrow driving your vehicle on the freeway. Use down arrow to jump on the roof, and left or right arrow to hi-jack the car or truck next to you. Make sure not to fall of the roof and down on the freeway, because then you probably will be ran over, and will see bloody mess. As you hit the other idiots driving their vehicles down the freeway, you will gain nitro. Use the up arrow key to use your nitro boost, remember you need to get to the next check point before the time runs out.
A freeway is a highway designed exclusively for high-speed vehicular driving, with all traffic flow and ingress/egress regulated. They are known by various terms worldwide, including Autobahn, autostrada, autopista, autoroute, freeway, motorway, otoyol, snelweg, thruway, and sometimes less precise terms such as expressway, highway, Interstate, or parkway. They may also be called limited-access highways, although this term can also refer to a class of highway with somewhat less isolation from other traffic. Freeway highways evolved during the first half of the 20th century. The Long Island Motor Parkway, opened in 1908 as a private venture, was the world's first limited-access freeway. Italy opened its first autostrada in 1925. Germany began to build its first 30-kilometre autobahn controlled-access highway without speed limits (then referred to as a dual free way) in 1932 between Cologne and Bonn.