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FlatOut

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FlatOut

$9.99

$9.99

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FlatOut is adrenaline-filled muscle car racing game packed with explosive physics, spectacular effects and graphics, innovative game play mechanics and good old fun!

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FlatOut is adrenaline-filled muscle car racing game packed with explosive physics, spectacular effects and graphics, innovative game play mechanics and good old fun!


Key Features:

  • Eight players or AI cars on track for close pack racing

  • Single player Career, Quick race and Time trial modes

  • Multiplayer mayhem with up to 8 players

  • 16 different fully upgradeable cars

  • 48 tracks including stunt arenas and destruction bowls

  • Wacky and funny ragdoll mini-games

  • Open environments for taking your own shortcuts

  • Convincing car handling and impressive damage modeling

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Publisher:
Strategy First
Developer:
Bugbear Entertainment
Genres:
Source:
Strategy First
Released:
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
Modes:
Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
  • Operating System: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
  • CPU: 1.5 GHz Pentium 4 or AMD Equivalent
  • RAM: 256 MB RAM
  • VIDEO: 64 MB Graphics Card
  • CPU: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
  • Hard Disk Space: 1.1 GB of free Hard Drive Space
  • DX: DirectX9.0c

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73
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71
Fun arcade racer

FlatOut is still a surprisingly good time. It controls well, it still looks nice, and it's quite hectic. It's basically a monster truck rave with far flimsier cars, providing a good balance of destruction and actual racing goodness. It's sequels overshadow it, but it's still a good time, and for the price, it's well worth it.

76
It really is awesome but the sequel over shadows it

This game was one of those games which you enjoyed when you were a lot younger, the problem with that is that you tend to think it was brilliant at everything so when newer games come out you think that older game was better then it actually it is. That does raise a number of flags however this is still fun, there are limitations in the level of damage and breakable stuff due to hardware limits at that time but still you can cause some major destruction. This however hasnt aged as well as flatout 2 which is pretty much better at everything, while i recommend this i recommend the second one even more.

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