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Offline TheUzo007

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« Posted 2015-10-28 14:58:20 »

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Drift away with your American muscle car.
You can play single or multiplayer with your friends or against computer.

Game is available on: Android, Windows, Linux and Ouya

AI / computer cars driving should be improved, but I don't have time to do it.
What do you think about driving/gameplay?

Offline Kami

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2015-10-28 15:43:02 »

Crashes on my Linux (Debian Jessie)

"If I can't be the best I sure as hell can be the worst"
Offline mike_bike_kite
« Reply #2 - Posted 2015-11-13 11:03:16 »

Works fine on Win 10. I started on a practice track with just my own car. The game is well polished with graphics that suit the game well. The physics seemed well done and I liked the way the barrier tyres move when you collided with them. Shame there isn't an audience which could do an animated cheer when you do something well.

Control of the car was reasonably straightforward but the level kept restarting for me. I assume I had done something wrong but it never told me why it restarted so I was left mystified. I also couldn't fathom the menu controls. I'd suggest you watch someone play the game without being told anything about it - then see where they run into problems. I personally found it very difficult to alter the track and add more cars. I also found some tracks just too slippery - the game should work out how capable the driver is and adjust to suit (I was pretty crap). I can't comment on the AI on the cars as I never saw any opponents.

I assume there are figure of 8 tracks later on in the game. You could also have "clown cars" that don't race but instead get in everyone's way. Maybe the audience members could run onto the track occasionally. Would you have repair pits on longer races, budgets, car options etc or is it pretty much the same on all screens.

I played for a couple of minutes but the menu controls simply frustrated me. I saw a "Buy" button and it looked that it might appeal to some but there wasn't quite enough in the game for me to press it.


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