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RC Mini Racers is a fast paced and explosive racing game with 25 remote controlled mini cars, lots of missiles and mines, turbos for an extra boost as well as great hard rock music. 3 cars are free and another 22 cars can be unlocked within the game. The car pimp shop lets you customize you RC car by changing the color, the wheels and the antenna.
The game features 24 tracks separated in circuit races (round tracks with 5 laps) and sprint races (A to B races, no rules, as fast as possible). Beside that there’s a coin racing mode where you can explore the level and collect coins for the in-game store.
RC Mini Racers has a great mixture of tracks where you need your weapons to win the race by shooting and bombing your opponents from the track but also fantastic high speed tracks where it is mostly down to great driving skills to win the race. Find out yourself which tracks you like most!
For nearly every action during a race you get in-game cash rewarded. You get cash for crashing other cars, explosions caused by missiles and mines that affect other cars, for jumping over epic ramps and getting airtime cash, for driving best laps and best race times as well as for winning the top spot ranks in a race. Use that in-game cash to unlock other tracks or convert them to coins for use in the car pimp shop.
All tracks can be raced in 4 difficulty modes ranging from easy to medium over to hard and finally the insane mode. Hours of fun guaranteed until you unlocked all tracks in all difficulty modes!
RC Mini Racers runs in any native resolution your Mac offers – in windowed and fullscreen mode. Graphics settings can be adjusted and tweaked in detail to let the game run perfectly on your machine. Joypads and Joysticks as well as the keyboard can be used to control your car.
The game offers beside the 3 free cars 22 more cars which can be purchased via In App Purchases (only on OSX Lion or Mountain Lion). Furthermore, you can buy virtual coins inside the game which can be used to customize each unlocked car. You can also collect those coins in the coins racing mode, but if you can't wait until you collected enough coins, you can shortcut the path and get them right in the in-game In App Purchase store.
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• Fixed issue that users with OS X 10.9.x and higher couldn't access the store anymore ("you need Lion or better" issue)
Ratings and Reviews
great game but could use work
This game is pretty fun with a lot of potential, but needs some work. First off, the turbo power up has to go. It should be called the drunk driving power up. I dread running into one of these by accident. The screen goes blurry and weird and I always end up crashing. Secondly, the store platform in the game should be easier to use and understand. It took me a while to understand why a gold coin would even be useful, and then how to navigate back and forth to get to different options within the store. Overall a good game though.
Great game but why do the cars cost real life money?
RC Mini Racers is a great game for everyone to play. I remember when I was younger I would play this game with my father a lot and it was my favorite game. I remember using a lot of the cars like the Jeeb, although it could be my mind playing tricks on me since I was very little. Today, when I started playing I wondered what the coins were for since I did not find anywhere to use them. I soon found out by searching up, “What can you do with the coins RC Mini Racers.” In order to find out. To my suprise, I found out that they were used o buy cars instead f paying $0.99 cents to purchase one. I am very disopointed that you have decicded to start charging real life money for your cars, as they were my favorite part ofthe game. Althought I found out this horrid fact of the game, it is still very good and still very enjoyable to play.
its free, just a little buggy, and has some fun things that I can’t tell if their bugs or features
The game is fun. period. the sprint races are for a little bit of a challenge, the circuit races are for a more long term thing, and the coin races are just like a sandbox. Its hard to navigate, but unless you were born last week, it should make sense after some experience.
the game is pretty solid, and I rarely run into any bugs. Bugs are so rare that I can’t even recall any in specific. I do not think the game has ever crashed on me, and the physics engine is pretty legit, and you can phase through walls, but it seems more like a glitch attatched to some easter egg/feature. there are two things that kind of confuse me.
what confuses me-
there are two things that I can’t tell if they are bugs. First, if you can jump, or phase/glitch yourself out of the map and get automatically respawned from going out of bounds, you instantly get 250,000 cash. Like, this must be some sort of easter egg right? Why else would it do this, even when everyone else has finished the race and you’re not allowed to collect money?
Lastly, this also must be a glitch, but if you drive backwards you will continue to accelerate without any apparent maximum speed. So fast, that I can phase through 1 or 2 walls before being thrown straight up or down extreme force.
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- Martin Schultz
- 145.3 MB
- Requires macOS 10.6.6 or later.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Decane
- In-App Purchases
- Fluke GT $0.99
- 640 Coins $0.99
- All Cars Bundle $4.99
- RC Buggy $0.99
- 1.500 Coins $1.99
- Speedsta Turbo $0.99
- Marello TB $0.99
- Ambulance $0.99
- Bigfoot $0.99
- Kübelwagen $0.99