By Jim Rossignol on March 23rd, 2008 at 7:27 pm.
From the maker of the awesomely crazed (and now-perfected) physics fighting game Toribash, comes a sandbox racing game:
Anyone else needing a spare life to fit it all in? Via TIGSource.
10 Comments »
23/03/2008 at 23:08
It’s.. uh.. alright, I guess.
24/03/2008 at 10:36
haha looks mental, just up my street
25/03/2008 at 01:57
You know what would be cool? If the levels were, like, based off of MP3’s, maybe it would go up and slow down during slow parts, and head downhill during fast parts…that would rock.
01/11/2008 at 23:59
So where do I download. :V
23/11/2008 at 13:09
tizzel. (not my real name) says:
where is this darn game any way>?
03/12/2008 at 20:25
you cant download it the downloads not out yet…
they also have made a game called toribash … its a fighting game and takes alot of skill…
i play it its fun go here to sign up and download :D http://www.toribash.com
hope you like toribash… cant wait for glitch racer so i can mess it up XD
21/12/2008 at 01:17
“You know what would be cool? If the levels were, like, based off of MP3’s, maybe it would go up and slow down during slow parts, and head downhill during fast parts…that would rock.”
YOU are a dumbass!!@#! tHER e is already a game out called that called audiosurf, n00b. go back to iraq you musilm!
10/12/2009 at 16:08
I play toribash to I brown belts but its not needed that amount of skill
22/12/2009 at 02:06
Toribash takes alot of skill to play, i am a 2dan black belt and its very hard. I didnt like it at first but once you get some friends and get the hang of it, it becomes really fun And its a free game. GR looks pretty cool, might check it out if there is a free trial.
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