Let’s Take Another Spin Around the Track in Next Car Game

I’ve done some practice, but I’ll be the first to admit it might not be making me any better. Let’s take another spin around the track in the Early Access Preview of Next Car Game. I do my best to come out victorious in the demolition derby arena, I change my tires and go for broke on the gravel track and then set up the car for a full on race around the tarmac course. The opponents are brutal and come after me like I owe them a gambling debt. Take a ride with me as we once again go for a white knuckle drive around the Next Car Game test course.

Even though it’s still early days, Next Car Game is already highly entertaining and the 3 available tracks are a challenge in their own right. The demolition derby satisfies the need to use and abuse a high powered muscle car and watch as every corner and panel crushes as you slam your way to victory. If that’s not enough or not your thing, there are two race courses to try your luck. You can go head to head with 12 or 24 other racers as they aggressively try to keep you out of the number 1 spot. And trust me, they aren’t going to back off or preserve any paint on their car. They have no qualms in pushing you off the road, into a fence or into a ditch. I’ve been shoved into the wall and into the banners for a catastrophic loss. But I will have my vengeance.

I can’t wait to see what else Next Car Game has to offer. This game is coming along nicely with nice graphics and impressive physics. And yes, there is something to watching a car crumple into a paperweight as you battle your way around the track.

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