I've been raking the internet for a racing game that isn't some kart racer with weaponized vehicles and super unrealistic controls. I've heard of a few, like Dirt 3, that supports single computer split screen multiplayer. But those games will give the laptop a serious meltdown. I've have tried with Split Second Velocity, but besides going a bit too much to the unrealistic side it gives major lag on splitscreen even on the lowest settings. All Crash Time games only appear to support splitscreen if the second player has a plugged in controller, and not on the same keyboard. I've also considered emulation of a console, but the laptop just isn't powerful enough to emulate anything beyond Play Station 1, and I really don't feel like staring at 17" of pixilated polygon eye-sores. Now I found Need For Speed Carbon. A game I can somehow max out on this crummy laptop without causing lag. It also has, in the options menu, the ability to set controls and a second set of controls of wich I can only guess would be for a second player. I read on the net that the game actually has Splitscreen multiplayer, and that that can be accessed via the "Quick Play" set up. Sure enough, there is the option to switch from "solo", but only to "online", and I read there's supposed to be an option saying "splitscreen" too. How do I get on to "splitscreen" multiplayer? So far all the answers I found on the internet said the same; "its easy, just switch from "solo" to "splitscreen", and it seems to work for other. But no matter what game mode I select, I only have the options "Solo" and "Online".