Bang Bang Racing
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Bang Bang Racing delivers fast-paced racing around every corner and down every straight.
Be Fast, Be Furious, Be One Step Ahead!
Bang Bang Racing is a distinct arcade game focusing not only on the speed but also on the technical driving skills. The very intuitive control system and the exciting tracks provide endless fun for everyone in the family.
Bang Bang Racing delivers fast-paced racing around every corner and down every straight. Drive high-speed, pumped-up racing cars through cones or exploding barrels! Be one step ahead of your competitors, finding shortcuts, repairing your car in the pitlane, and dominating your opponents from the top-down view.
- Visit exotic racing locations from all around the world
- Complete 9 challenging reversible circuits and vary them with shortcuts
- Choose from the 20 unique vehicles across 4 classes of racing- muscle cars like N-Dura, stock car series like Evo GT, world endurance championship like Protech and formula one open wheels cars like Apex
- Vary your choice of vehicle with one of the 8 colorful skins offered
- Call your friends to play with 4Player Split-screen Multiplayer Races
- Compete for top honors with extensive Friends and Global Leaderboards
- Face dynamic, interactive objects like cones or exploding barrels that make every race unpredictable
- Be aware of environmental conditions affecting the drivable surface-Snow, Sand, Water and Oil
A simple little racing game, and fun... for a whileAzrael360 | May 11, 2013 | See all Azrael360's reviews »
Bang Bang Racing is much better than it seems, but not by much. It is a simple racing game, with nice and colorful graphics and tight controls. I played it with an Xbox 360 controller, and the game is fully compatible with it. At first is very easy, with simple tracks and not too challenging, but don’t be mislead, these cars looks cute but their aggressive AI won’t let you win easily. In fact, once you reach the races with the fastest cars, prepare yourself to curse, because you will be crashed a lot by these pilots, especially in the very tight curves at high speeds, making almost impossible to get in the better positions if you make a few mistakes during the race.
Graphically, the game looks clean. Although sometimes you’ll see some quick glitches, like white polygons appearing on screen while taking a turn, but these are very, very fast, like a flash effect and doesn’t affect the gameplay or the driving. Also, there are zero graphics options to set and only two resolutions to choose: 1024x768 (for 4:3 aspect monitors) and 1366x768 (for 16:9 aspect monitors).
Sound, and especially the music are very generic, so don’t expect something fancy here. Interesting though, the music tracks are in MP3 format, and can be easily replaced.
Overall, is a nice little racing game that surely will bring you a few hours of joy, but once you finish with it, there’s not much else to do.
Top-down racing litemattimc | May 9, 2013 | See all mattimc's reviews »
BBR is a cheery vanilla top-down track racer in the style of the Amiga's Supercars, with bright graphics and slick menus but very inoffensive gameplay: think simple tracks, simple AI, little impression of speed, and automatically regenerating nitros. Other reviewers report that the split-screen multiplayer is fun, and it's great to see--just wish it was attached to a much more complex game.
Short but fun!Mixalot | April 22, 2013 | See all Mixalot's reviews »
Reminded me a lot of the old micromachines game on the ps1. Though some of the descriptions of how to get the skins for the cars not really work with what you are supposed to do, it is still a fun way to waste your time. I wish my steelseries wheel wasnt dead, i think it wouldve been a lot more fun, because i played it on a laptop first, that sucked bad, and later on my computer, which has a 7970 (although that is intergalactically overkill for this game) and ran the game a lot better. The graphics are really cute and the effects are nice. I guess if you want something to like play while you are waiting on soloQ or just want to have some fun, its really worth it. Maybe not 10 dollars, it's quite a short game, but maybe like 4-5 dollars. Great game though, 9/10 would bang if it was a girl.
Fun, fast, short single player...Lekes | Feb. 13, 2013 | See all Lekes's reviews »
If you ever played the 'Super Sprint' arcade games of the 80s, you likely enjoy Bang Bang Racing. The game embodies a lot of what made the former racers so addictive (in short bursts, admittedly) and intense. The game features up to 4-player local (split-screen) racing in most modes (championships / cups, where unlockables can be opened), which is a real plus for a PC port--a platform notorious for stripped content / functionality when it comes to local multiplayer. The only negatives can be attributed to the unlockables (cars / skins / tracks) that are a tad onerous to acquire (given their basic nature) and that the player begins the game with only the barest of thus choices. But, overall, this is a very good title for a game of its type and, due to its relentless nature, reasonably challenging, even for adult players.
Micromachines!DukePaul | Jan. 3, 2013 | See all DukePaul's reviews »
This game remembers me the old Micromachines games or at least It is fun as those, the gameplay is totally arcade with accurate controls to move your car very smoothly around the curves, the circuits are very well done with nice graphics.
The only bad thing is the absence of online multiplayer but at least it has splitscreen for four players.
For this cheap price, it is worth it, Bang Bang Racing is different and offers a different perspective of the genre.