Ve un paso por delante de tus competidores, encontrando atajos, reparando tu coche en los boxes y dominando a tus oponentes desde una perspectiva cenital.
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Bang Bang Racing es un juego arcade distinto centrado no solo en la velocidad, sino también en las habilidades técnicas de conducción. Un sistema de control muy intuitivo y pistas emocionantes ofrecen un sinfín de diversión para toda la familia.

Bang Bang Racing ofrece una trepidante carrera durante cada curva y cada recta. ¡Conduce veloces coches de carreras y rodea los conos, neumáticos y barriles que explotan! Ve un paso por delante de tus competidores encontrando atajos, reparando tu coche en boxes y dominando a tus oponentes con la vista aérea.

Características Principales:

  • Visita lugares exóticos de carreras por todo el mundo
  • Completa 9 complejos circuitos reversibles y varíalos con atajos
  • Elije entre los 20 vehículos únicos en 4 clases de carreras de Muscle Cars como el N-Dura, carreras de coches de serie como el Evo GT, campeonatos mundiales de resistencia como el Protech y coches de Fórmula Uno open wheel como el Apex.
  • Varía el aspecto del vehículo con una de las 8 apariencias de colores que se te ofrecen
  • Llama a tus amigos para jugar juntos en pantalla dividida para 4 jugadores
  • Compite por la mejor plaza con tus amigos en las tablas de clasificación mundial
  • Enfréntate a objetos dinámicos e interactivos como conos o barriles explosivos que hacen cada carrera impredecible
  • Ten en cuenta las condiciones ambientales que afectan a la superficie transitable: nieve, arena, agua y aceite

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:

    • SO: Versión de 32 o 64 bits de Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: AMD / Intel Monocore o Dual Core a 2.2 GHz (Intel Pentium D o AMD Athlon 64 x2 son probablemente las arquitecturas más bajas recomendadas)
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM para MS Windows XP y 1.5 GB para MS Windows Vista / 7
    • Gráficos: Gráfica ATI / nVidia con al menos 256 MB de VRAM dedicada, compatible con DirectX 9.0c y con soporte para Shader Model 4.0. ATI Radeon HD 3600 y nVidia Geforce 8600 como mínimo. El juego también funciona en procesadores gráficos integrados de última generación Intel HD 3000 y familia AMD 6500
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 300 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo integrado o dedicado compatible con DirectX 9
    • Adicional: Teclado, Controlador de Xbox360 (opcional)

    Recomendado:

    • Procesador: AMD / Intel Dual, Triple o Quad Core a 2.6 GHz
    • Memoria: 1.5 GB de RAM para MS Windows XP y 2 GB de RAM para Vista / Windows 7
    • Gráficos: Gráfica ATI / nVidia con al menos de 512 MB de VRAM dedicada, compatible con DirectX 9.0c y con soporte para Shader Model 4.0. Familia ATI Radeon HD 3800 / nVidia Geforce GTX260 o superior recomendada
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elijahthaone
( 0.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 20 de junio
This game looks and feels like the old school "Off Road" which I loved and would actually have preferred if the game play was the same.
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milez
( 1.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 17 de mayo
Awesome game. fun as hell.
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Dcm210
( 1.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 9 de mayo
Why is it so hard to win the first race? I won all the other tracks before winning the first race. frustrating none the less. It's an ok game.

Get it when its on sale.
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Smeno
( 7.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de marzo
Nice physics. Cute Graphics. Good Tracks. A lot of fun. For SuperCars Veterans I recommend this game.
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B4DÂḈȻ ℜüҔ1K-Ӝ 😎
( 19.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 11 de enero
As any other Racing games.
Fun Hard and Challnging. Dat's all you need on racing game :)
If you like A raceing games so I guess that can be suitable to you ..
Have fun
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wildsaf
( 2.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 7 de enero
Game is intense! I'm not usually a fan of this type of game, but Mini Motor Racing was fun on mobile. This is basically that on steroids. You'll get hooked as you upgrade all the way to F1 level. Graphics aren't mind blowing but still look great and the sounds are good and the background music doesn't get too intrusive. My only gripe would be the AI, which seems to be a little hit and miss and the control style takes getting used to and makes it probably not as suitable for kids.
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caseyc (VEGAN)
( 0.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 3 de enero
Cool simple racing game, but very poorly optimized it seems.

I can run most AAA games on my decent pc that meets the specifications, but this is in painful slow-mo with tons of lag. For such a basic game that is crazy. This is desite lowering the settings and resolution to minimum. It is not really playable for me. If you have a much better pc than suggested its good give it a go if on sale imo.

Reminds me a bit of RC Pro-am from Nintendo.
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Bender Rodriguez
( 10.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de diciembre de 2015
Classic top down arcade racing game with good graphics/gameplay. If you liked micro machines or similar racing games in the past then you will enjoy this. A surprisingly large selection of cars and tracks are included and are great fun. No online multiplayer is a bit disappointing but there's split screen local multiplayer and at just $2.50 on sale, you can't really go wrong buying this.
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mikemon68
( 6.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 29 de noviembre de 2015
Si alguna vez jugaste y disfrutaste de juegos tipo MicroMachines, te encantará este juego.
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The Deadly Bullet
( 0.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 17 de noviembre de 2015
Better than NFS: Rivals
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A 8 de 8 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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6.5 h registradas
Publicado el 25 de junio de 2015
Bang Bang Racing es un juego de coches desenfadado, de vista cenital, caricaturesco y muy al estilo de algunos arcade de hace décadas.

Dispone de 2 modos de juego principales: profesión y campeonatos. Aunque parece no haber grandes diferencias de uno a otro, realmente el primero está pensado para jugar en solitario e ir desbloqueando elementos, mientras que en el segundo además de ganar los campeonatos podemos jugar junto a otros corredores humanos (reptilianos aparte). Un tercer modo "libre" complementa a los anteriores. Resulta curioso que no haya forma de jugar online con otros jugadores, ni siquiera en red local, solo se ofrece la opción a pantalla partida utilizando distintos controles.

Una vez dentro de cualquiera de los dos modos tenemos 4 categorías en las que se va incrementando la dificultad, ya que la velocidad a su vez aumenta, empezamos con coches corrientes y terminamos con monoplazas en toda regla. En las propias carreras algo muy determinante es el Nitro, el cual debemos gestionar convenientemente para alzarnos con la victoria, hay que tener también mucho cuidado con los vertidos en el circuito (aceite o agua) que por otro lado pueden hacernos perderlo todo en un segundo. La IA utiliza el sistema de "alcances" (esto es, que si el oponente va detrás de ti es más rápido que tú, y al revés ocurre justo lo contrario) que en lo personal no me hace especial gracia, aunque por fortuna es sobrellevable.

La variedad de circuitos no es demasiado amplia, aunque se utilizan viejos trucos como invertir el sentido de la carrera, acortar el recorrido, introducir atajos... También disponemos de varios vehículos, cada uno enfocado a destacar en alguna característica (velocidad, robustez, etc).

En realidad es un juego bastante entretenido en cuanto te haces a los controles, para echar unas horas de diversión. Los logros no son especialmente difíciles, salvo alguno que es más de dedicarle tiempo que otra cosa.

Hay un detalle que se me atragantó bastante, y es que aunque el juego te dice que soporta resolución 4:3, una vez dentro del juego se lo pasa por el forro y si es el caso te planta unas hermosas bandas negras. Entiendo que es un formato un tanto obsoleto y que quieren evitar que el campo de visión se vea aumentado para no obtener así una ventaja, pero si este último va a ser el motivo pienso que es mejor no dar una falsa opción desde un principio.
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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1.7 h registradas
Publicado el 31 de diciembre de 2014
Bang Bang Racing es un modesto arcade que bebe directamente de Super Off Road (1989), esto es, carreras de coches en circuitos cerrados presentadas con una cierta estética de juguete. Sin embargo, y como diferencia fundamental con el clásico de The Leland Corporation, en este título no corremos con todoterrenos ni sorteamos baches en circuitos de tierra. Más allá de la estética cartoon, Bang Bang Racing se muestra como un juego arcade de carreras de lo más ortodoxo en el que manejamos diversas clases de coches (muscle cars, daytona, fórmula uno, etc), y con los que tendremos que apurar al milímetro la frenada antes de las curvas, vigilar que los oponentes no nos jueguen una mala pasada, así como a usar el tan manido nitro para ganar unos valiosos metros.

En el juego encontramos un modo campeonato, profesión y las clásicas carreras sueltas, aglutinando diversas pruebas que van desde fases de eliminación, hasta las cronos. Los gráficos son resultones y agradables, la variedad de entornos y trazados es plausible, el control está bien medido y la banda sonora es cumplidora, sin más. Un juego sencillo y muy divertido de pilotar pero que, lamentablemente, se exprime demasiado pronto. Al final no hay reto más allá que sacar los oros en todas las pruebas (cosa no demasiado complicada), u obtener todas las skins de los diferentes modelos de coches (a mi parecer, ningún estímulo de consideración). Incomprensiblemente, y pese a contar con un multi local, al juego le falta un modo online que, sin lugar a dudas, daría un atractivo importante al envoltorio.

A efectos prácticos, recomiendo este juego dado que me está dando buenos momentos de entretenimiento, pero sólo si está a un precio muy reducido o si eres un nostálgico de aquellos alocados arcade de la era de los 16 bits.
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0.8 h registradas
Publicado el 1 de enero de 2014
Demasiado sencillo, tanto en controles como en mecanica, puede ser divertido para un bebe, xD.
Esperaba que iba a ser como mario kart, pero no lo es, queda en el intento.
Los gráficos no esta mal. Muy colorido, diseño dibujo animado.
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A 3 de 5 personas (60%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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6.8 h registradas
Publicado el 4 de octubre de 2013
Lo mejor viene en carrocería chica

A este cronista —dirán algunos micos prevenidos— no se le escapa nada. Rápido de reflejos, fichín de autos que ve, fichín de autos que analiza. Quizá un poco tarde, en algunos casos. Desde simulaciones hasta arcades. Con Kers, DRS, nitro, fuego, tiros, misiles. Lo que venga. Si tiene cuatro ruedas, mejor. Y sino, tampoco importa mucho. Y ahora, ¿qué se trae entre manos?

Cuando vi el anuncio en Steam no pude contener la emoción —por suerte no había nadie alrededor para ser testigo de mi incontinencia—. ¿Recuerdan el clásico Ivan 'Ironman' Stewart's Super Off Road de 1990? Sí, el de las camionetas 4x4 que estaba en casi todas las PC AT de la época. ¿No habían nacido? ¿Eran muy chicos? Ustedes se lo perdieron, como yo ya perdí la peluca y los dientes. Bang bang Racing retoma el estilo, sumados a 20 años de experiencia del rubro para que cacharritos, al mejor estilo Micro Machines, recorran intrincados circuitos desbordantes de belleza.

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A 48 de 57 personas (84%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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8.6 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de julio de 2014
Genre: Racing Game

Warning: The game has no online multiplayer, just local multiplayer in splitscreen.

The „Bang bang“ in the title of the game is improper chosen because you have no weapons or upgrades in this game – it’s a simple racing game!

Also simple is the graphic… I had the feeling I am driving with toycars in a legoworld and the campaigns are really short. ;(

The game is maybe funny for the first minutes of playing time but this slowly driving (even with nitro boost its still slow…) in a simple graphic world and with bad AI enemies bored me really fast.

BANG BANG UNINSTALL!
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A 15 de 15 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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1.7 h registradas
Publicado el 24 de septiembre de 2015
Bang Bang Racing is a good overhead racing game with major issues to overlook. The first issue is every time you turn your car, the chase camera swings to adjust. Its a gentle sway, but it often goes back and forth for the most minor of adjustment. It can be stomach churning, but there is always a fixed camera angle. The second issue is that an entire event can play as if its in slow motion when others are fine. Sometimes the slow motion accelerates to the smooth speed the game usually has. Even the fireworks at the end make the game slow down. I can recommend adjusting your screen resolution, but on a computer that can play ultra max settings on grander games, its just odd.

With those out of the way, I can tell you about the game itself. The game plays great with a keyboard and mouse or just a 360 controller. It plays like a lot of overhead racers, left and right to steer with a nitro boost and you have car health. If you take enough damage your car is crippled and you'll need to crawl your way to the pit lane. You can tell a damaged car by the bellowing smoke coming out of its tailpipe. Driving through the pit near the finish line will replenish your health and nitro boost, but its out of the way and its just easier to avoid completely. Like most overhead racers you can turn on a dime and there are a number of hairpin turns on each closed circuit course. These ultra sharp turns ensure that you'll need your brake or in this game's case reverse.

You compete against seven other racers in typical races and elimination rallies that eliminate whomever is in last place when the clock runs out. There are time trials where you race against the clock. Finishing in third place or higher will unlock the next track or two. The races are brief, several laps that take half a minute each depending on the track. Coming in first unlocks a few new vehicles for the current series.

Rather than showing stats for each car, it gives you a hint and a description for each one. I assume a steering wheel means that its good at handing or steering. The roll bar icon indicates that its durable and can take a beating. The nitro means that its better at nitro and what looks like either a tire or a fan could mean its exhaust is efficient? Perhaps it accelerates faster. I assume the speedometer means that it has a better top speed. Wait I have that backward, the speedometer is the car better at acceleration and the wheel is the one with the better engine.

The meat of the game is the career that has you competing in four brief stages that I'd call a series of events rather than stages. Each one has a minimum of five events that increase by two for each stage. With the exception of the first stage, these stages are punctuated with a final championship that has you racing in several races back to back as a sort of endurance event.

The aesthetic is nice and clean and the cars are stocky little cubes that represent race cars, stock cars and muscle cars in a sort of chibi caricature form. Speaking of chibi, there are no people in the game, just bouncing heads on bleachers to cheer you on. Its a look that several other overhead racers do and Bang Bang Racing is the cleanest. Each track is beautiful and full of color. Japanese cherry blossoms on some tracks, a crystal blue watery port on another. It just looks like a game I want to play.

Each track is compact and littered with things like cones, tires and barrels that will get in your way. The barrels are either full of water or tar, they'll slow your car down depending what you hit. The real obstacle is your opposition, because they all cluster together and usually jam up early turns in each race. There's no logic here, they just cram together. You can push other cars out of the way, just as you can be pushed sideways. With the cars being so stubby, its tough to turn anyone around although I have seen a few racers get stuck driving into walls.

There's good use of stand and it will scatter onto the pavement if you drive through it. This is a nice touch of detail and it seems to affect gameplay. As you progress, you'll find tracks with shortcuts which is another nice touch. One thing that was overlooked is the game's snowy winter track without icy roads. It plays like every other track.

For anyone interested, there's four player on the same game and it could make for some fun times if you have a big screen and enough friends to play it. If you're alone, you can always play against bots and even select their difficulty. You can play through all four championship endurance races, but if you're looking for a quick fix, there's free play that lets you select the mode, track, class, laps and difficulty of your opposition.

Despite its two major flaws its still a fun game and a real toss up as to if it earns a recommendation. If the game slows down this bad for me, what will it do for you? Its only on a few early races, but those early races are your first impressions of the game.
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A 25 de 36 personas (69%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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7.3 h registradas
Publicado el 25 de noviembre de 2013
One of the best mini racing games i recently played (out of Death Rally, Mini Motor Racing and others). It has better looks and physics than Mini Motor Racing for sure. And it's harder. And you play with every type of cars in every next championship, so you have to try them all. And every new type is faster, harder to handle and master. And F1 is actually the fastest type, not some stupid BUS on steroids :)
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A 12 de 13 personas (92%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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24.1 h registradas
Publicado el 25 de noviembre de 2014
As a seasoned player of this game, I would recommend it as a 7/10, but it is definitely not without flaws. I'll list the pros, cons and debatable features from my experience so you can decide if you think you'll enjoy it as much as I did!

Pros
- 4 Player splitscreen, a rarity on PC. I spent most of my time playing this mode.
- Simple and yet brilliantly original car damage/pit stop system
- Good variety of tracks with different routes
- Car class system lets you pick the speed you want to race at
- Plenty of unlockable car liveries
- Each racing class has a car that is strongest at something different (one for handling, one top speed etc.)
- 8 cars on track is refreshing as lots of arcade racers only have 4

Cons
- Computer controlled cars rely on "rubber banding" (If they drop too far behind they will go irrationally fast to catch you, but the same works in your favour if you fall behind)
- Compatability issues, there is no guarantee this game will work on your system, I have encountered problems with it myself
- The single player is a quite short, and once completed time trials, single races and split screen are the only other things to do
- No online multiplayer, one of the game's biggest disappointments
- No Steam workshop or modding facilities, creating your own liveries and tracks would extend the life of this game significantly
- The price is a little over the top for me, for such an inflexible game


Other features
- No Mario Kart copying pickups/powerups, one of the biggest pros of the game for me!
- Shortcuts on tracks which you'll do well to remember the positions of, but other cars will frequently utilize
- Time delayed explosive barrels, and oil barrels can be used for your benefit or doom
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2.0 h registradas
Publicado el 16 de febrero de 2015
Bang Bang Racing doesn’t want to be just another isometric racer.

It’s design leans heavily toward that of classic arcade racing, uninterested the cartoony power ups and lightweight vehicles so pervasive in the genre, focusing its energy into crafting a very physical racing sensation even at the cost of neglecting everything else in the game.

And it definitely shows. Bang Bang Racing’s core racing experience is tight and fast, with cars that carry a deliberate weight as you spin around corners, and aggressive AI that holds tight to the line between challenging and unfair. The sense of speed feels amazing as you slam down on the boost and try not to wreck and your newfound velocity, something that’s difficult to land when you’re viewing the game from the viewpoint of a trailing helicopter. It’s some of the most engaging racing I’ve ever had in an isometric racer, but it’s also the first and last thing Bang Bang Racing ever excels at.

Though there’s a clear struggle during races as everyone fights for first, often spinning themselves out in the process, once you leave a race progression becomes hard to track. You unlock tracks and cars in a linear order, but it doesn’t feel like you’re ever advancing. Races come and go and I never got the impression I was driving better cars or racing smarter opponents from the first race to the last. The only difference between the four cups (which branch out into individual races) is the type of car you drive, but again there’s little to differentiate them by. Muscle cars felt the same as formula one cars, and as each cup uses small variations on the same courses I never had to adjust my racing style for any small subtleties the different vehicles might provide.

Track designs are universally solid, but you can only go so long on a dozen or so tracks before they start to feel tired. I appreciated the small ways Bang Bang Racing changes things up between races, be it switching race modes or opening and closing short cuts, and it was never much of an issue that I was still essentially doing the same races over and over. But I imagine that’s in large part do to the career mode lasting in the range of 2-3 hours, which works at keeping the sense of repetition at bay, but also meant I was done with the game rather quickly and found little excuse to replay races over again.

Most bothersome is a camera that can’t keep up with you. Bang Bang Racing has two options for this, one being a fixed camera typically from the side of the track, and a dynamic camera that stays at the isometric angle but turns to follow the direction of your car. Both are extremely problematic, the former because it makes it difficult to drive in a straight line or see where you’re going, and the latter for all of that and the added effect of being nauseatingly mushy. It pans slowly and clumsily, often leaving you staring in the wrong direction you need to drive and sliding around so much that I often started to feel ill and had to stop for fear of vomiting over my monitor. It tends to be more usable than the fixed camera, but at the added cost of motion sickness which may or may not affect you (for reference, I almost never experience it).

Yet for all Bang Bang Racing’s problems I kept coming back for the immensely fun and satisfying base racing experience. That I was willing to endure physical discomfort to play it should say how much I enjoyed it, and it makes it difficult to recommend for or against the game in any large capacity. I can only hope developer Digital Reality gets another crack at it and can fix the problems present here, because they’ve got a great foundation to work with packaged together in a miserable shell.
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A 12 de 17 personas (71%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 5 de mayo de 2014
Stats (05.05.2014
Player: 1 - Multiplayer: 1-4 (Splitscreen); bots optional
XBox-Controller: Yes
NoName-Controller: Not tested
Free Space: ~210 MB

It's not that bad! But it is also not worth 9,99€/$. Wait for a sale and you have fun for some hours.

Its a classic top-down-racing game. If you expect "Bang Bang", Items and Explosions like Mario Kart, you will be disapointed. The only thing that can explode is one type of 3 different barrels. But still it is a nice game, sometimes too easy, sometimes really challenging.

About the game:
There are 9 tracks with 6 different types (normal, reverse, short, short reverse, with cutoff and cutoff reverse and about 20 different cars sorted in 4 classes and for each class 5 different types with fixed stats (handling, protected (stronger in crashing and have more health points), best acceleration, best top speed, strongest nitro). Every event is connected to a class, so you have to pick one of the five types out of one class.

The Singleplayer is okay, but not addicting. Just if you want all achievements.
But the Multiplayer is fun! You can invite some friends and play with 2 player at one keyboard or with xbox-controller against bots.

Don't expect more than a classic top-down-racer and you won't be disappointed.
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