Reviews for Post Apocalyptic Mayhem
Decent indie game with good graphicsfurious_gamer | June 4, 2013 | See all furious_gamer's reviews »
This post apocalyptic concept of racing is good, but this ain't about racing alone. But if you love destruction derby kinda games, you may like it. This game is good for after playing for days, i don't feel like playing it again. But it is a decent indie game and if any offer is there, grab it up.
Post Apocalyptic FunShav | May 31, 2013 | See all Shav's reviews »
Bought this game for a really low price, and decided to give it a try. It is certainly not a game that could be compared with the top racing series like NFS, Motorstorm or Dirt, but for just few $$$ you can't go wrong getting it.
The game features arcade and challange modes. In arcade you have single races with cars and tracks of your choice. The apocalyptic challenge mode on the other hand is a serie of continued races. While the game gets boring after few hours it is still fun to play during that time. The good-looking graphics and multiple cars with various weapon are a nice addition to the fun gameplay.
Fun but gets repetitiveCooberstooge | Aug. 26, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »
PAM is one of those games you'll love right from the start. It's simple, looks good, and runs great - it's also loads of fun. Each vehicle is unique, and they all handle quite differently from one another. The tracks are nice and varied, with lots of jumps, dips, and drop offs. The AI cars offer up a good challenge, and sticking with them too long during a race is a surefire way to get cooked.
Racing online with your friends is where PAM truly shines, and half the time one person will make it to the finish miles ahead of everybody else, because you're too busy blasting the heck out of each other.
The game does start getting old fairly soon, though. Tracks can be memorized, and slamming into the invisible walls that litter them can quickly lead to ceasing of play. If you can look past its faults, Post Apocalyptic Mayhem is a nice little racer to pull out between waiting for the next big title on the horizon, and a good source of cheap fun with your mates.
Cool indie style gameNoLove3827 | Aug. 2, 2012 | See all NoLove3827's reviews »
Pretty cool, somewhat like a cross between Zombie Driver and Flatout. Good graphics and gameplay. Should run on any computer practically.
Explosive and fun!Mixters | May 19, 2012 | See all Mixters's reviews »
I actually bought this game from you guys a couple of months back. I played it for like 2hours maximum. It was fun and entertaining but it slowly began to bore me more and more. The game is too repetitive and there's nothing new going on.
I tried to play multiplayer a while back too but there were no servers available so that was a bummer. The graphics and gameplay are mediocre but I'd hoped that they would give the game a more dynamic feeling and add more attacks and such things.
Overall it could have been a good game, but unfortunately it wasnt. Grab it if you feel really bored a day or two.
Smash em all !arkantos | May 1, 2012 | See all arkantos's reviews »
Cars + Guns = Profit. Take out all the enemies with powerful guns and tricks, be ready also to meet not easy wins against the other participants, as you want to take them down, they do the same to you !
An average Indie arcade racing gameFreeMan85 | Nov. 17, 2011 | See all FreeMan85's reviews »
I have the chance to try this game on Steam's free weekend. Well, it's not the best racing game, it's just an average Indie arcade racing game. The name tells you post-apocalyptic and that what gives you. Old skool a bit rusty custom maded racing cars what usually you see in post-apocalyptic movies like Mad Max or Resident Evil: Extinction. School bus, jeep, truck... you name it, every car has own special ability, speed... the usual. You can play solo with bots or online against other players. There's a certain lap counter, but you can also destroy other vehicles. You see yellow, red, green and blue barrels with all a specific pick-up power. You can use against other players with WASD buttons. Left, right, center and back powers. Barrels, rockets, mines the usual stuff. Honestly I'm a bad driver, I can't use them when I have one, and I don't have one when an enemy vehicle approached me. The game graphics and sound are OK. Nothing special. I feeled the bloom effect is a bit overused, like someone used a flashbang or something. Of course you can turn it off. The maps are good, canyons, airport... well, it was used to be an aiport and similar maps.
This game is fun, but only if you search for a fun Indie and arcade type racing game. Don't have great expectations, this isn't a simulator or high-end graphics.
Ultimately DisappointingEndyo | Aug. 24, 2011 | See all Endyo's reviews »
I originally purchased this game because I've always enjoyed those battle racers and car combat games from the classic Mario Kart to the more recent Split/Second, so I assumed this game would fit somewhere in there. However, I was destined for disappointment.
The game looks and plays well enough, but it honestly seems like they just didn't want to finish it. The gameplay at first appears to be about racing with combat to mix things up, like so many enjoyable titles. However, you soon find out that racing to win seems impossible and it's actually about getting the most destructions. The whole racing aspect is irrelevant, yet you still race and still finish. But there aren't laps... just a timer. It's as if they started making a racing game, stopped, then made a combat game like Twisted Metal. The problem is that it doesn't really deliver on either. They have some great car designs and their abilities are fairly unique and entertaining, but after playing for an hour or so you have to wonder why you should continue.
I don't know why the developer dropped the ball so hard on this game, but it had a lot of potential that really got washed away poor production without any visible reasoning.
They could do moreapollo3d | May 30, 2011 | See all apollo3d's reviews »
Post Apocalyptic Mayhem is a title unambitious and without pretensions of originality. Turns out to be, in fact, a classic racing game and arcade fighting aboard of improbable vehicles fully armed. Not very rich in content. The tracks are only three and there are six vehicles. The six vehicles are well differentiated from each other as to speed, manageability and type of weapons, so you will tend to get attached to this or that vehicle, trying to get the best out of them.
The strong point of the game is definitely the post-apocalyptic setting based on radioactive deserts and cities in ruins, in which the races will be held. The graphics isn't bad, but the first thing I did, was disable the Blur. It is incredibly exaggerated and unreal, making it, at least to me, difficult to understand the correct direction to take, especially not knowing the maps.
The weak point of the game is the physics. Many times it’s as if there wasn’t gravity.
Unless you take a slow and heavy vehicle, you will find the race really frustrating. In fact, on the slightest contact, you will spin and you will be jumped in the air. Even with a small and easy bump, you will be literally thrown into the air. This problem is the main cause of accidents. In fact, losing control of the vehicle, you will be easy prey for the opponents.
It’s a game designed primarily for online mode. The single don’t offers a huge challenge, even to hard. It will happen more than once that the opponents will not keep your gait. So you will have inevitably to slow down and wait to destroy them to increase your score.
The absence of contents could result the online mode to die very soon. It’s hoped maybe the coming of some free DLC and some patches that could improve PAM.