Parking a car is a difficult thing to learn. Computer parking games do not substitute for practicing your parking with a real car, but they can help you learn some of the angles required to park successfully in various types of spaces. They also incorporate time limits and mission based challenges them make them fun and addictive as well as challenging.
Valet Parking Pro
Valet Parking Pro is a mission-based parking game developed by GangOfGamers.com. You are a casino valet who must park and return cars without damaging them within an allotted amount of time. Each new level brings more cars and increasingly tight parking spaces spaces. Use the arrow keys to direct your car, and the space bar to brake. You can find a link to Valet Parking Pro in the Resource section.
Parking Lot is a series of parking games developed by Gamezindia.com. You must park your car in the marked space before your allotted time runs out, without incurring too much damage to the car. Parking Lot forces you to park in every type of space you can imagine, in addition to the traditional head-on and parallel spaces. Use the arrows to direct your car. The space-bar acts as your handbrake, which allows you to slide into tighter spaces. You can find a link to the most recent incarnation, Parking Lot 3, in the Resources section below.
Parking Perfection is series of arcade style parking games that emphasizes some of the more extreme aspects of parking. In addition to trying to park in a crowded Parking Lot, you also have to avoid inconveniently placed parking cones and complete difficult driving challenges. Challenges include timed laps around the parking lot, and even a ramming contest with other cars that are also trying to park in the last open space. Use the arrows to control your car, and the space-bar as a hard brake if you find yourself veering out of control. See Resources for a link.
Driver's Ed is a series of games that force you to take complete all aspects of driving test, in addition to both head-on and parallel parking. Before you can finish the course by parking your car, you have to complete various types of turns, and react to real-life situations. Driver's Ed even lets you practice each move you will have to complete before you try to take the test. Use the arrow keys to control your car, and the space bar as a hard brake. You can find a link to the most recent version, Driver's Ed 2, in Resources.
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