Like the rest of these monotonous kids-play that give online games a stain in their reputation, these parking games are basically made up of repetitive scripts that employ subtle changes in their environment giving the person looking at it with a this-again look in his face.
Aside from the lack of taste for proper graphics (a few actually offer some good ones, in fairness to them, just a handful though) that give them that hurriedly made look in your screen, they are also made up of cyclical sounds that if you play it long enough, you are guaranteed to memorize every note and bangs made by the music and the sound effects.
This kind of game also lacks proper controller prompt. Mainly utilizing the keyboard, specifically the arrow keys, this game expectedly has a slow command response when it comes to steering. You may have already released the accelerate button, but your car would still be going forward and if you decide to stop going right, it still takes a second before your car turns to the other direction where you want it to go. Plus, some of them have their cars running either too slow or too fast for the road.
car driving games don't do a whole lot with the premises, too. What you saw at the start of the game, you will still see after you finish it. There are no obnoxiously loud explosions and screeches. They also lack dramatic environmental devastations. Nothing else is moving except the car (and maybe some other articles) and those that actually have pedestrians in them are a stereotype of a single man. You would probably be surprised to see one or two of these games to have more than one kind of pedestrians.
If you curiously decide to play it for reasons like experiencing the game or validating the obvious, you might get mild jolts at the start, but they aren't lasting ones. Once you learn the tracks and the tricks (if any), the excitement dies away-and that will be fast. There's no drifting, drafting and no getting air. This single-player campaign completely lacks the power-plays that qualify a digital program to be called a game. The basic principle is too safe that you aren't likely to get caught up in an inexorable string of accidents and that even a school-age kid would eventually get bored. The occasional car scratches and crashes are there but no dents, marks or any form of damage is seen. Bah!
Even among the web browser based games, parking games don't have the necessary qualities enough to boost its kind to the head of the pack. It's just too plain and worse, you're alone. Having only cars and a few using boats, this kind of game doesn't offer much of a variety. The basic concept being as boring as parking a car in a designated slot without having to worry about secondary objectives that would have added a lot of spark in the game given their mediocre graphics and cyclic audio, online parking games are generally not noteworthy. The only good thing that's probably good about these web browser based games is that they are free.