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Racers' Islands: Crazy Racers Wii

Racers' Islands: Crazy Racers are arcade car races developed by Artefacts with the technical capabilities of Wii Remote and Nunchuck controllers in mind. The player takes part in an exciting rivalry of small car drivers, which is not always fair-play.

Racing | Nintendo exclusive titles

Nintendo Wii
Racers' Islands: Crazy Racers cover

developer: Artefacts Studio

publisher: Nintendo

Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: split screen, players: 1-4

English language game language: English

game release date for Wii:


Artefacts Studio's Racers' Islands: Crazy Racers is another Mario Kart clone that allows Nintendo Wii users to chase in cartoon style.

The game system does not extend beyond the canon of the genre of arcade racing games. The creators prepared a set of stereotypical characters, including a Russian in a tank and an Englishman in a limousine, who take part in races on the title islands fighting not only on time, but also with the help of fancy gadgets.

A specific feature of Racers' Islands: Crazy Racers is a control that is adapted to the capabilities of the console. This allows players to drive a vehicle with Nunchuk at the same time and use found weapons with Wiilot. This system allows you to maintain the dynamics of races while allowing players to freely target and use the acquired gadgets.

Users of the console can enjoy three game modes, including the "Championship" module, which allows you to fight for points in a number of subsequent competitions. In addition, up to four players can race in front of a single TV on a split screen.

The audiovisual setting is characterized by pleasant, colourful graphics and a soundtrack adapted to the cartoon racing environment with caricatured voices of characters and joyful melodies in the background.

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PEGI Rating

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.

System requirements

Nintendo Wii

Nintendo Wii

Uses: WiiWare

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