I enjoyed the graphics and the music was fun with it. But the gameplay rather quickly became annoying after having to dive multiple times to try to recover research to upgrade to be able to get marginally further.
There is no competition in this game. Literally. The other cars don't physically react to each other. i can criss cross and drive over/through any other car in the game. And I don't have to because the other cars never really give any competition in speed or handling. And on each track I always start at the front of the pack, so i never have to deal with actually racing for position. I ended the game with an overabundance of nitro because i didn't have to use any through the whole thing.. by race 2 or 3 i had all of the upgrades available. Graphically it's beautiful, but it feels like it needs more polishing. More challenging AI, collision response on all the vehicles, start each track at the back of the pack, and fewer gold spawns everywhere.
Hampster dance win! After a hippo sized hamster burrows itself into the ground and jumps up at you. Usually [maybe always?] it starts chomping at you. if you stand there and hold jab, you hit him back before he does any damage, and he keeps chomping forward and you keep hitting him back til hes KO"d
I think that part of the preface of the game should explain that a rushing underground river was discovered, and that is being used to turn a gear which is to be used to turn the windmill which is used to power the town... (instead of just directly powering the town itself...) Solar alternative much?
Territorial receptionists are my challenge. I have 1 reception area, and hired 3 receptionists. unfortunately they just wander off so that only 1 is working. And the customers complain about the wait in the reception area
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