Not all games need to have monsters to fight or an end to achieve. Sometimes it's all about going fast and getting far. This is the premise behind Tenebrous' arcade game Accelerator. A deceivingly simple game, you only need a mouse for the controls. The game is in first person perspective where you careen around and through obstacles following the circle in the center, which represents your heading, towards a non-existent finish line. But dodging 3D shapes isn't enough; the longer you play, the faster you go. At first it may be disorienting as you would expect having to account for the bulk of whatever it is you are, but the first time you crash, you'll find that you're just a small, silver sphere, so you can skim the sides of the course all you like, just not too closely.
The menu offers many options in the controls to assist in your avoidance through these randomly generated corridors. For example, for those of you who enjoy flight simulations, you may want inverted vertical controls. Or instead of adjusting your heading to fly through a rotating slit, maybe you'd rather roll to the left/right. That's fine, just use [Q] and [E], respectively. This game's a trip, so roll your computer chair real close, flex that mouse hand and dive into a world of soft sound effects in Accelerator. Zoom, zoom!
If you want to play with high-scores enabled, you can play over at Kongregate so you can see how you did in comparison to your old pal QWERTZUI153.