developer: The Binary Mill
publisher: The Binary Mill
Game mode: single / multiplayer
Multiplayer mode: Internet / split screen, players: 1-4
game language: English
game release date for PS4:
Mini Motor Racing X is a racing game in which we take over the helm of miniature cars. The production was developed by The Binary Mill studio and represents the brand launched in 2011 on mobile devices. The main source of inspiration for developers were cult positions, led by Micro Machines.
In Mini Motor Racing X, we participate in crazy mini car races that we watch from a bird's eye view or from a camera located behind the car. The battle for victory takes place in 52 picturesque locations like a container-covered harbour, paradise island, ancient ruins or even a futuristic city. Variable weather conditions and time of the day provide additional variety.
In addition to the standard races, where our position on the finish line counts, the Type X race waiting for us, where our chances of winning can be increased thanks to a wide range of weapons and gadgets - the authors give us, among other things, remote-guided rockets, mines, and shields protecting us from opponents' attacks. In addition, the game includes a Bumper Ball, which is a variation on football, made in the fashion of the bestseller Rocket League (so the role of the players is taken over by cars, and the number of goals scored is decisive).
The developers allow us to take control of various cars inspired by real cars - from classic cars, super-fast race cars to off-road vehicles and trucks. Each of them can be changed to increase its performance, or to customize its appearance. The driving model is purely skillful and focuses on spectacular drifting on corners (i.e. performing spectacular slides) and skilful use of nitrous oxide.
Mini Motor Racing X allows you to play alone or in multiplayer mode - with other players we can play over the Internet or locally, by going through an extensive career mode together or by competing in single competitions.
Mini Motor Racing X has a decent quality graphics; the diverse and colourful routes attract attention. It is worth noting that although the game uses virtual reality sets and motion controllers, they are not required to get fun.