Award-winning same-screen party racing for up to 16 players! Race brutal-cute aliens on exotic planets, using weapon powerups and physics-based vehicles to annihilate your competition in frantic round-based combat.Read full description
Award-winning same-screen party racing for up to 16 players! Race brutal-cute aliens on exotic planets, using weapon powerups and physics-based vehicles to annihilate your competition in frantic round-based combat. Connect spare gamepads, laptops and smart devices as extra controllers.
Windows First Time 7 hours I finished the entire campaign and played several multiplayer matches with friends. The campaign is pretty much garbage. The sole redeeming factor of the campaign is that it introduces you to the modifiers that you can enable in custom races with friends, but you're far better off just playing the game with friends and experimenting for yourself. Finishing the campaign does not unlock any content or race modifiers. This game gets pretty chaotic when you have the maximum player count racing (16 players!) You can sync tablets and phones to be used as controllers, so you could conceivably have a 16-player local competition if you wanted, or just play online. Knockout is by far my favorite game mode. I found the game most enjoyable with about 8-10 racers, high speed, and some form of elimination. I didn't really like Endurance because it's too easy to lose track of where you are, but I like the elimination modes because they are short and make your focus on surviving a bit more important. Plus, it's fun to shoot the map's cannon at your friends after your'e dead! The different game modes are: Survival - be the last man alive Knockout - earn points for eliminating other racers Leader - earn points by being in the front of the pack Endurance - endless race, race, earn points for eliminating other racers I definitely DO NOT recommend this if you don't have a few friends to play it with. If you do have friends that will play this, then go ahead and give Obliteracers a shot. The more friends you have, the better this game becomes. Even with a large group of friends, however, the game will likely lose its appeal after a few hours. There are only so many game modifications you can enable and just a small number of tracks, so you'll soon run out of new options to experiment with.
Obliteracers is a combat racing game that has the ability to have up to 16 players playing a multiplayer game through a combination of keyboard and mouse, controllers, and tablets as other controllers and can go online and play against other opponents while still all playing together. Gameplay is the typical Mario Kart style racer where you go around a track with pickups that will give you different weapons or items. The game has four different tracks but has different weather conditions that can effect the handling of cars. There are four different types of gamemodes with one focusing on earning points by destroying opponents and respawning when you die, round based racers that go until there is one person left, a mode where the last person remaining gets a point, and a mode where the person in the lead is given all the points for all the destroyed racers. There are a large variety of modifiers that can be turned on that will allow for low gravity, cars to explode when they hit, starting weapons, etc and you can save a few different options to quickly load when you want to play that way again. As a small indie game there isn't going to be many people playing the online modes so being able to have so many players in local play is nice, and there are a few challenges in a campaign mode that can also be played with other people. It's not going to be as addicting as something like Mario Kart but it is an enjoyable game if you can find others to play with.
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