Micro Machines World Series (Steam) £1.78 @ Instant Gaming
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Micro Machines World Series (Steam) £1.78 @ Instant Gaming

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Found 14th Dec 2017
The legend is back! Micro Machines World Series combines the thrilling madness of racing micro vehicles with epic team battle strategies, set against the extraordinary interactive backdrops of the everyday home! Grab your NERF blaster, try to avoid the jam, and unleash miniature multiplayer mayhem onto the world!



LEGENDARY LOCATIONS: Featuring the iconic kitchen and pool table tracks amongst others, plus all-new locations and arenas such as the garden and workshop, Micro Machines World Series features 10 Race Tracks and 15 Battle Arenas!

COOL INTERACTIVE PLAY-SETS:
Teleporters, catapults, giant fans, etc add even more fun and will ensure no two races are the same!

CUSTOMISABLE VEHICLE CAST:
An array of amazing miniature vehicles, each with its own unique load-out of weapons and abilities plus a massive range of customization options!

OFFICIAL HASBRO LICENSES: Featuring NERF, G.I. JOE, HUNGRY HUNGRY HIPPOS and OUIJA

CLASSIC MINIATURE RACING: Micro Machines racing for the purists, including Elimination mode! Huge variety of weapons, interactive tracks, and unique skins, kill markers and victory animations to earn!

ALL-NEW BATTLE MODES: Up to 12 players in huge arenas, multiple modes that proves that a single takedown is just as satisfying as winning a race!

TEAM-PLAY: Game-changing synergies as you join together to take on the rest!

ONLINE & OFFLINE MULTIPLAYER: Featuring leaderboards, regular challenges/competitions, seasons, playlists, multiple divisons, etc!
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Heated, amazing price!

As bad as the game may be I just had to get it for under 2 quid....
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Terrible game but worth 178 pence I suppose
ST31234 m ago

Heated, amazing price! As bad as the game may be I just had to get it for …Heated, amazing price! As bad as the game may be I just had to get it for under 2 quid....


I bought this a few days ago from g2a for a little less and it's not that bad, just so happens that Toy Box is better. I could see why people who paid full price might be disappointed tho.
GS011 m ago

I bought this a few days ago from g2a for a little less and it's not that …I bought this a few days ago from g2a for a little less and it's not that bad, just so happens that Toy Box is better. I could see why people who paid full price might be disappointed tho.


Yea its not a bad game at all, just wasn't worth the £25 I paid at launch.
Thanks OP, that price will do me
Price has dropped like a STONE! £1.78?? Already? Jeeeez
Great price-warning though-its online play only
johnf0077 m ago

Price has dropped like a STONE! £1.78?? Already? Jeeeez


It's cause it's on Humble Bundle, the value drops quite a bit, didn't expect it to drop this much but yea.
Oos
The only Micro Machines game you should play is the original on the Amiga
drtesseract4 h, 6 m ago

The only Micro Machines game you should play is the original on the Amiga


I always have a soft spot for the original, but it also had some really fantastic sequels on the 16 bit consoles that never seem to get any mention unfortunately despite being superior in most regards. The Megadrive got the most with a total of four games and the Megadrive versions were particularly innovative as they included two extra controller ports built right into the cartridge for four player multiplayer without any extra hardware, think it could even do 8 player if people controller shared.
drtesseract14th Dec

The only Micro Machines game you should play is the original on the Amiga


True but Toybox Turbos is pretty amazing albeit it's not an offical licensed game
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ST312314th Dec

I always have a soft spot for the original, but it also had some really …I always have a soft spot for the original, but it also had some really fantastic sequels on the 16 bit consoles that never seem to get any mention unfortunately despite being superior in most regards. The Megadrive got the most with a total of four games and the Megadrive versions were particularly innovative as they included two extra controller ports built right into the cartridge for four player multiplayer without any extra hardware, think it could even do 8 player if people controller shared.


Yes it could

One of them also featured the presenter Violet off've Bad Influence (possibly one for the over 30's there)
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