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Crazy Taxi is a series of score attack racing video games that was developed by Hitmaker and published by Sega.
The first game appeared in arcades in 1999 and was very successful, prompting Sega to port the arcade version to their Dreamcast console in 2000.
It is the third best-selling Dreamcast game in the United States, selling over a million copies.
The game was later ported to the Play Station 2, Nintendo Game Cube, and PC with sequels also appearing on the Xbox, Game Boy Advance, and Play Station Portable systems.
Each game has the player assume the role of a taxi driver who must accumulate money by delivering passengers to their destinations in the fastest time possible, earning tips by performing "crazy stunts" before the time runs out.
The franchise has been recognized for its innovative gameplay design which is easy to learn but difficult to master, The player picks up a passenger in Crazy Taxi.
The image of the passenger's destination is shown to the left, while another potential passenger is shown in the background (with a "$" symbol over his/her head)The player follows the on-screen arrow to deliver the passenger to his/her destination before the main time (upper left) and the passenger timer (green number in center) runs out.
The player can earn extra tips by pulling off stunts Crazy Taxi and its sequels are score attack games that all employ the same fundamental rules and mechanics.
The player controls one of several taxi drivers in a fictional city, looking for fares and then taking them to their destination in the fastest time possible.
The player must perform this while time still remains on an overall gameplay clock.
Passengers looking for rides are indicated by an overhead marker that is colored to represent the distance to their intended destination.