Title Micro Machines Game Type Driving Publisher Code Masters Players 1 or 2 Compatibility All HD Installable No Submission Nikos Andreou Review If you think that a racing game must have mega-fast 3D graphics and cool rock tracks playing in the background, then I suggest you play micro-machines. It is the playability that makes this game really enjoyable and extremely funny. Micro Machines is a top racing game where your sprite moves in any direction on screen. You do not drive a Ferrari, but small vehicles that some kids are driving through remote controlers. You play the role of one of those kids. The game offers a wide variety of vehicles to drive. Jeeps, Boats, Formula cars, Buggies, Helicopters, and Tanks(!) are some of them. Each vehicle has different handling characteristics; it is a detail that adds to the realism of the game. The aim is to complete as many courses as possible and finish the game. In each race you compete with three other opponents. The first two finish the course succesfully but the third and the fourth lose a life. Of course finishing in the first two positions is not an easy task as the levels become gradually more difficult. However, there are some bonus games (if you win three races in a row) that help you to win extra lives. The two-player mode is similar to the one-player mode and the screen does not split-up in two but you run at the same screen. If one of the players is left behind and the other player manages to reach the end of the screen that both vehicles are in, the player who's stuck behind loses a life. Your aim is to make your opponent lose all of his/her lifes. As I said before the game is realy enjoyable and funny. The two-player mode is fantastic and I guarantee that you will spend days in front of your computer playing Micro Machines head-to-head with your friends. Even the one-player mode is brilliant because of the excellent difficulty curve. This game is an absolute must and deserves a place in your games' collection. Overall 90%.