There are 3 shops proposing this game for download at an average price of $ 8.77.
No classic box available at the moment.
Vroom vroom (in space)
For fans of the old-school racers like Super Sprint or Micro Machines, then this modern take on the genre is a pretty decent way to get your driving thrills. It's got some enjoyably fast-paced action combined with some nicely designed tracks to make a solid little game that is worth a look if you like this sort of thing. This one lacks any kind of narrative but is based in a science-fiction environment, offering players the chance to race around a series of futuristic tracks in a variety of different vehicles, each with their own varying stats. The game is viewed from above, with the camera remaining fixed relative to the vehicle, while each car also has access to some nifty weapons for the front and rear as well as a boost. There are six racers in each race and there are fifty tracks in total, giving the game some decent longevity if you want to see them all. Completing races earns you money which you can buy new vehicles and gear with while other powerups pop up during races to keep things interesting. Speed Kills is certainly not an overly original or unusual game but for anyone with a hankering for those retro days of racing, then it delivers the goods. The whole thing is fairly simple in terms of concept and content but what the game does is get things right for the most part. The controls are pretty easy to get the hang of, especially if you are a veteran of things like Micro Machines, while the action comes at you hard and fast. The tracks are generally well designed so if you do enjoy some top-down racing, take a look here.