Redline Rumble Revolution is a tribute to Redline Rumble which was released on November 2, 2010.
The player is supposed to unlock cars by racing on the highways through traffic against the AI cars. The player starts with the Chisai XS-4. Every car's alternative skins can be unlocked by completing a race in a certain amount of time.
In order to win a race, they must overtake their opponent and get to the end while in first place without wrecking their car or getting caught by police.
At a certain level, the player has to hide under a truck to get rid of the police to continue the race. If the player does not hide under a truck on time, police cruisers will be sent to wreck the player's car.
If the player survives, the helicopter will drop the spike strips on the road to flat the car's tires. The player will lose their vehicle if the car's tires get deflated, but if the player survives the spike strips, the player will be able to keep the car, but will not be able to finish the race.
While racing, the player's car can also get damaged. If the car gets damaged too much, they will lose the race. In order to avoid this, there are also pickups such as the Car Repair. There is also Nitro, which can be used to achieve higher speeds and overtake opponents.
- The game is a tribute to the first Redline Rumble game released by Richard Smith and RJS Visual Design in 2003 on Shockwave.com, which is actually a reskin of ZipZaps 2 Fast 2 Furious game, a game based on the film of the same name.
- It is the first game to have realistic motor sounds.