French developer the group that first brought toys to life on the Dreamcast with Toy Commander, is back with another Toy title, this time based around racing. Also, this one will be fully playable online (although a four-player split-screen mode remains). The basic premise of Toy Racer is that once again Guthy's imagination creates a world populated by toys that have come to life. Using some of the vehicles from the original game, as well as a slew of new ones (no air vehicles though), you'll be able to race through this world--but not only along the floor. Ramps will allow you to switch gears and drive along walls or ceilings. Levels include a kitchen, an attic, a toy area and a bathroom. Races will have checkpoints that you must hit, but they appear in random locations, which can make things a bit tricky. And, like every other kart racer, you'll be able to grab weapons to disable your opponents as you circle the tracks. Toy Racer is expected to release in Europe later this year, and soon after in the U.S.