“A classic in the making! This game is highly entertaining and will appeal to most kids aged 3-8 (older ones will still be interested, but will find it too easy). Outstanding!” 95 – Review Corner
Cartown racers, start your engines!
Putt-Putt® and Pep are ready to take your kids on the ride of their lives! Today's the big day as our curious little convertible prepares for the Cartown 500. Redline Rick is eager to start the race, but Putt-Putt® and Pep need a few items before they are ready to roll. Kids join in the adventure as they explore brand-new Cartown locations like Torvil Tractor's farm and Rover's Rocket Drive-in, looking for a safety helmet for Pep. Old friends like Smokey the Fire Engine and Outback Al help Putt-Putt® get to the track in time for the big race. As the grand finale, kids hop behind the wheel for the first time ever as they race their favorite purple car toward the checkered flag at the Cartown Speedway!
Kids actually drive Putt-Putt® as he races the speedway!
A fantastic original soundtrack will have your kids dancing in their seats!
There are hundreds and hundreds of the fun Click Points children love!
Out of time? You can save the game and finish it later.
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Another Putt-Putt game, but this one feels a bit different. I don't know if it is its development or what, but it feels like apart from the rest of the series, like a spin off or something. Far from my favourite. I recall playing it when I was a kid and complain about many things on this game... so, there is something there that I can't explain by myself that makes this game not worth it in comparison of the other Putt-Putt series. Playing it as an adult didn't help either.
I already pointed out elsewhere that currently there are not as many good and interesting games for kids as it used to be more than a decade ago. The Putt-Putt series was among the best examples how kids' games should be made. They were very low on violence, pretty friendly, with sweet visuals and easy gameplay. This game is not any different - it's just another Putt-Putt game, which would probably be one of mobile games nowadays, but back in the days it was a good video game for younger kids, one that you could safely allow your kid to play, while being too simple for experienced adult gamers. But aren't such games necessary anymore?
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