Haven't tried it yet, but the screenshots look promising.
A downloadable game for Windows
Drift on narrow mountain roads, drive at tremendous speed, but be careful - the smallest mistake can cost you a lot!
- race against the clock (4 medals to achieve in each track)
- global highscore, competition with players from around the world
- 3 different worlds in low poly graphics
- challenging arcade driving physics
- 2 different driving style - drifting and non-drifting
- 24 cars (7 basic cars with skins)
- 9 routes in 72 variations
- easy to play, hard to master
- leveling system, rewards for experience gained
- 3 steering options - gamepad, keyboard and steering wheel
- 3 type of camera to choose
- addictive gameplay
If you have any question or you found some bugs send us an e-mail or message on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/VOXEL-FUN-101939163513813/?ref=hl.
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Hi, I've recorded a video about the game and wanted to share some feedback about it that hopefully helps with the development of the game :)-Visually the game is pretty good and feels quite well to play it and to watch it.
-Controls could be improved as the car sometimes feels difficult to control especially at the beginning.
-I noticed that when you crash into a wall the car sticks to it and it's quite hard to move it from there without having to totally break.
-Ghost cars are too good, maybe adding some slower ghost cars could make new players get into the game easily.
-Drifting sometimes felt quite brutal and fun, I really love when you achieve to control the car and make some good turns with precission.
In conclusion, the idea is great and I hope you keep working on it. Hopefully this is useful for the development :D, also if you could subscribe that would help me a lot :)
Thanks for the feedback and sharing the game with others on YouTube. We will take your opinion into consideration. If you want to see how the game works you can watch the tutorial on our YouTube channel (it's for mobile version but also suitable for PC):