Little Cars, BIG Fun! Start your engines!
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Take your favorite childhood racer, pump it full of nitrous, then set it on fire and run like heck.” Welcome to the world of Mini Motor Racing EVO. A high-octane battle royal, Mini Motor Racing EVO has all the style of classic arcade racers combined with the explosive action of modern racing games. Whether you're earning cash to pimp out your cars, taking on the fiendish AI in the massive single player campaign, or just jumping online to humiliate friends and strangers, Mini Motor Racing EVO has the horsepower to deliver.


Based on the best-selling game on portable and enhanced for PC, Mini Motor Racing EVO delivers sweetened visuals, updated physics and turbo-boosted bonus content. Full steam integration allows for cloud saves, big picture, and leaderboards, while the custom Steam Workshop track editor lets you to design and share tracks with the world.


Mini Motor Racing EVO: the racing game for those of us who never bother to ask which button is brake.

Key Features


  • WIN RACES, WIN CARS! Win races throughout the game and you’ll find yourself behind the wheel of the sweetest rides around including Team Fortress & Portal 2 cars!
  • UPGRADE YOUR RIDE. Pump your hard earned winnings into several upgrades to help give you the edge
  • MANY RACE TYPES. Race on over 40 tracks, day and night, in varying weather conditions
  • EXCLUSIVE TEAM FORTRESS 2 AND PORTAL 2 TRACKS!
  • ONLINE MULTIPLAYER. With up to Up to 4 players
  • STEAM ACHIEVEMENTS. Packed with Steam achievements to conquer
  • CUSTOM TRACK EDITOR WITH STEAM WORKSHOP SUPPORT. Create, share and play on your very own creations!

Wymagania systemowe

    • OS:Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
    • Processor:2GHz or equivalent processor
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:128mb video RAM with Shader Model 2.0 or higher
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:1500 MB HD space
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Nozi
( 2.4 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 19 czerwca
The worst game ever.
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Scorpion
( 2.3 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 25 maja
I played the one on Android and this one is awesome too i recommend it to everyone.
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dawnerd
( 1.6 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 22 maja
Fairly simple racer that works great with a game pad. UI scales correctly on HDPI displays.
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Vibeman99
( 0.4 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 11 maja
Excellent little overhead racer game and very addictive with nice arcade style graphics :)
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jack_the_beast
( 12.7 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 1 maja
This game as a lot of potential but it missed the point.

Pros:
-good graphics
-fun handling

Cons:
-very stupid AI
-differences between cars are very limited, you would expect a formula1-like car to handle better on the tarmac than on the th dirt and vice versa for a buggy, but no,all cars handle the same on different terrain
-uninteresting "carreer" mode, which just consist of a very long series of single races with no variation on the type of race
-lack of weapons, they would bring a nice addition to the game


I cannot recommend this game
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][.nG.][ Ngelo Querro
( 9.0 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 25 kwietnia
Terrible physics.

Enemy hits You - Youre Losing Control.

You hit an Enemy - Youre Losing Control.

Get stoped by invisible walls.

Its like Youre driving a tank and a little ant makes You flipping.

If not those bugs game would be realy nice, but...




Unfortunately it's not.
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Jim (Monster Form)
( 1.8 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 22 kwietnia
3 references i like is a positive, negatives and suggestions:i want the portal stuff to be free and unlocked, just like rocket league. handling is too slippery and hard for me
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Gentleman
( 3.4 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 18 kwietnia
i dont get why the mixed reviews, the game runs perfect, has workshop, its super easy to learn how to drive (yes its not like a commun driving game, you have to steer allways following the direction of the circuit), and quite a lot of cars, all diferent to drive (thats cool). I woud like to see maybe some randomized cirquit generator, but its fine as it is. for me its a 7-8 easy this game. give it a try, 5 bucks, no big deal
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Aethelia
( 17.5 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 28 marca
Pretty addictive little racing game. The AI can be cheap and one of the maps is pure hell, but the little things aren't so bad that it should get in the way of having a racing game that loads quickly and you can get into within a minute, so have a recommendation.
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Dashotosho
( 17.4 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 28 marca
I really can't imagine why anyone would down this game, it's very fun and great for the price. Is it perfect? No, it has a few issues like the commonly mentioned physics being a bit out of whack at times but it's such a great game and lots of fun. I will say this though, I actually prefer it on the iPhone and the controls are fantastic for that version. You're missing out on steam workshop and the TF2/Portal tracks that way but it's still great. The game has some good music for it as well, which brings up pretty much my only real complaint.. no way to download or purchase a soundtrack.
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Polecane
3.4 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 1 maja, 2015
Łatwe sterowanie, Mała, fajna i łatwa, czyli NFS dla ubogich. Polecam jako przerywnik lub czekanie aż pobierz się GTA V:)
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7.6 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 7 maja, 2015
Mini moto racing EVO to gra którą trudno ocenić. Od razu zaznaczam- żałuję że na steamie nie ma opcji neutralnej w ocenie a na taką ta gra zasługuje.
Zacznijmy od tego, że w założeniu gierka to przyjemne wyścigi arcade'owe samochodzikow widziane w rzucie izometrycznym. Na pierwszy rzut oka tak jest w istocie- do gry zacheca bardzo przyjemna grafika i nienajgorsza muzyczka, pierwsze kilka tras to bardzo przyjemna rozgrywka.
Dopiero później pojawiają się niestety babole- najwiekszym i obniżającym ocenę tej grze jest fakt, że AI komputera jest głupie i upierdliwe jak but. W większości tras o wygranej decyduja nie umiejetnoiści ale super szybkie wduszanie nitro przez parę pierwszych sekund. Dlaczego, spytacie? Otóż w tej grze jak przez pierwsze kilka sekund nie zdobedziecie pierwszego miejsca to potem bardzo trudno jest przegonić przeciwnika, dodam ,że ze względu na szwankujace AI ,oraz oszukiwanie AI nieraz poleciały bluzgi.
Drugą z bolączek tej gry jest dziwna fizyka- wyżej pisałem ,że jak w ciągu pierwszych sekund nie osiągniesz pierwszej pozycji to masz przesrane, bierze się to min. z faktu, że trasy posiadają wzniesienia, których zwyczajnie nie widać z powodu rzutu izometrycznego i np. na trasie alpejskiej wielokrotnie pojazd był wyrzucany z trasy. Trasa Ghost town z kolei ma tak ukształtowany teren że w pewnym momencie auto same zaczyna skręcać i bardzo trudno utrzymać je na torze. Dodam, że przeciwnik komputerowy prowadzi „jak pijany”.
Ostatnim błędem, najmniej chyba istotnym jest fakt, iż formalnie tras mamy całe mnóstwo. Co z tego skoro są to te same miejscówki i te same tory różniące się tylko miejscem startu?
Komu polecam tą grę? Trudne pytanie, bo miała się sprawdzić chyba jako przyjemny relaksator, ale błędy powodują zgrzytanie zębów i wielokrotnie trzeba powtarzać niektóre trasy... jednak na małe posiedzenia jest to dobra gra i bardzo żałuję , że została spieprzona przez wyżej wymienione błędy- tak dałbym jej 8 dla gry Indie, tak niestety muszę wystawić jej 5+/6- .Wielka szkoda, bo lubię takie gry. Jednak da się w to zagrać i jak macie tą grę z bundla- naprawdę warto .
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Zamieszczono: 26 listopada, 2013
Gra bardzo wciągająca, sporo samochodów, a dzięki zastosowaniu pewnej sztuczki ilość tras jest wprost fenomenalna (warianty wyścigów dzień-noc, normal-reverse oraz różne ustawienia kamery sprawiają, że każdą trasę odkrywamy na nowo). To co może razić, to często wariujące menu (grając na padzie miałem wrażenie, że menu żyje własnym życiem, wielokrotnie samoczynnie przeskakując, czy wybierając inne przyciski niż chciałem) oraz niedopracowane AI przeciwników. Dodatkowym atutem jest bardzo rozbudowany edytor map. Szkoda tylko, że prawie nikt już nie gra w to na multi.
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2 z 2 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Polecane
3.5 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 30 grudnia, 2015
Informacja gra jest bardzo trudna, bardzo polecam grać na padzie. Polecam ją tylko do pogrania przez chwilę. Znajdzie sie troche bugów ale związanych z samym menu gry. Gra ma ładną grafike patrząc na inne tego typu gry. Niestety mapy czesto się powtarzają. A nitro ma tu takie zastosowanie jak granaty dymne w cs go, czyli generalnie wymijanie, szybkość itp jest zbędne, jak będziemy na 3/4 (miejscu za pojazdami na wyścigu) to możemy restartować planszę. Ale jednak polecam zakupić ale na promocji.
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2 z 2 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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Zamieszczono: 4 listopada, 2015
Bardzo przyjemna gierka na początku. Fajna rozrywka. Niestety im dalej w las tym gorzej. Na dalszym etapie gry przeciwnicy zamiast się ścigać robią wszystko żeby utrudnić Ci życie i to w sposób bezsensowny (np. dublujący mnie kierowca zamiast spokojnie mnie minąć wbija we mnie i blokuje możliwość jazdy, sam również stoi a w tym czasie mijają nas kolejni - niektórzy dołączają do rozróby). Taka konstrukcja powoduje że na dalszych etapach kluczowy jest start, jak im uciekniesz kawałek na starcie to dowieziesz wygraną. Mimo tej wady polecam jako luźną rozrywkę (zwłaszcza pierwsze etapy)
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Niepolecone
3.7 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 25 listopada, 2013
Jeśli kogokolwiek kuszą grafiki oraz filmiki (co samo w sobie jest dziwne), czy też chwytliwa nazwa (EVO przejęte od punto, a nie lancera) to ODRADZAM. W tym momencie mimo że gra jest prosta jak konstrukcja cepa i średnio ciekawa... to dodatkowo mamy atrakcje w postaci zabugowanych tras - które potrafią nam ni z pietruchy obrócić pojazd, wchłonąć go od powierzchnie czy przekonać się jak wygląda salto pseudo-pojazdem...
Jakby tego było mało to gramy wielokrotnie te same trasy z innych ujęć kamery - niestety bardziej upierdliwie się nie da. Szkoda czasu i nerwów :)
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Zamieszczono: 14 września, 2013
Fajne ścigadełko z topornym sterowaniem. Pierwsze wyścigi to droga przez mękę, ale jak już się wyczuje autko to jest co raz lepiej. 7/10 Videorecenzja: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zopbhdv_vcY
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Zamieszczono: 12 listopada, 2013
If you can ignore the ease in which your little mini motor racing car can be spun out by competitors (and the massive clusters that this causes), and if you can get over the questional physics in a(n admittedly) minority of maps, then this game is a fantastic racer.

If you grab it while it's on sale for about $2.50, then the game is a fantastic addition to a gaming library.
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44 z 57 osób (77%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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5.6 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 31 maja, 2014
Mini Moto Racing EVO is a game that ought to be more fun than it is. A isometric arcade racer in the vein of Rock ‘n’ Roll Racing and Micro Machines, from the outside looking in it would appear the stars had aligned for a brilliant modern take on the genre. The art style is adorable and bursting with charm and personality, it features an absurd amount of content, and the online multiplayer and track editor are just the icing on the cake to ensure you never run out of stuff to do. What’s so terribly unfortunate though, is all these good feelings evaporate once you get behind the wheel.

Mini Moto is designed to be extremely accessible, from the light as air physics to the quick and simple to navigate courses, which makes for an enjoyable first hour or so as you get your feet wet and start blowing through courses. After that point, the experience begins to sour. Races grow repetitive, often simply reversing the track or changing the lighting and camera angle slightly, and end in an extremely unsatisfying manner. Simply continuing on with them quickly becomes a grind, as you’re given such little reason to do so and the racing itself is far too shallow to sustain the game on its own.

Expounding the grind is the leveling system, which I would go so far as to say fundamentally breaks the game. Every car you drive can be upgraded with cash earned from races, but instead of scaling to your car’s specs your competitors just continue to upgrade their own vehicles the more races you partake in, presumably with the expectation you’d have similar upgrades of your own. What this means is that you are either stuck putting all your cash into one car for the duration of the championship mode, removing much of the fun out of having such a variety of vehicles to choose from, or forced to grind through the same races in order to have enough to upgrade another car to switch to without having to start again at square one. It’s supremely monotonous and a poor design decision for the sort of game the developers created.

Without a doubt my biggest grievance with Mini Moto though, is the astonishingly bad AI of the computer racers. They crash into each other even to their own detriment, fire nitros at the worst possible time, and in general act like an idiotic band of monkeys that somehow got ahold of dozens of vehicles. The lack of any decent reward for winning races is bad enough, but when you do so against some of the worst AI racers I’ve ever seen in a game it just becomes a chore to do so. The online MP could fix this in theory, but unless you have several friends to play with you’ll be entirely out of luck as nobody else is playing the online mode anymore.

It’s really a huge shame that so many elements of EVO are a product of poor design decisions, because there are a lot of genuinely fantastic parts to it that deserve a better racing experience. The art style for the cars and tracks is fantastic, with tons of color and some great off-brand recreations of classic and novelty vehicles. The track editor is surprisingly expansive and easy to use, which could have allowed for some great user generated content if people cared enough to put the time into making something original.

But regardless of its presentation or feature list, a racing game with poor racing is impossible to recommend. I put a lot of time into Mini Moto Racing EVO, more than I should have, but regardless of how long I played or what races I chose I wasn’t having fun with any of it. There’s something mind numbingly addictive about the way EVO is structured, pushing me through race after race no matter how little I got out of it, or how much I wanted to just call it quits because it was sucking me dry. I don’t want to say I hate the game, but it’s one I’m forcing myself to uninstall.

It’s like a bad relationship, giving me nothing but keeping me trapped until I finally come to my senses and realize I need to get out.
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Zamieszczono: 19 września, 2015
Mini Motor Racing EVO is an overhead racing game that's a kin to the single screen arcade racers of the 80s. The title is apt and descriptive, because you're driving around in miniature vehicles. Its a beautiful game with a lot of diverse locales, fitting music, fun and challenge all rolled into one. Its tough to get anything more into this package, but Mini Motor goes the extra mile with a map editor and online or network multiplayer. Its also a game that uses its licenses admirably from games like Team Fortress 2, Portal 2 and to my amazement Fruit Ninja.

The game has two major control schemes, both of which play excellent with a controller or keyboard and mouse. The first controller feels alien, yet its so right. Point the analog stick the way you want to go, much like non racing games. They still have a more typical control scheme of left and right to steer, but pointing the stick plays a lot better, there's no overshooting your vehicle's angle.

The driving does take a bit of time to get used to. Your vehicle can turn on a dime, and often you're going so fast that you'll leave skid marks with every turn. Letting off the accelerator will put you at a dead stop almost immediately. There is no momentum in this game, unless you're pushing the gas. There's also no reverse, but that's the side effect of being able to turn your car without hitting the gas.

Like the majority of racing games, you also have a nitro button and in this game, it feels a lot different. You have blocks of nitro. Press the nitro button once to use a block and this nitro cannons you forward at a reckless pace. Its total risk or reward with this nitro boost and you'll need it to overtake other vehicles that outmatch yours. Nitro canisters always appear on the track at random to give you an extra nitro block as long as you're under your maximum. You can also pick up cash on the track as well.

Mini Motor Racing has three difficulty campaigns. You start on easy and then after a few cups, you'll unlock the next difficulty. These difficulties have a series of cups, each cup has four races. When you come in third place or higher of all races in the cup, it will unlock the next cup for you. Of course some cups can last twelve races, so its not limited to four. The cups transition smooth from one to the next and you can play any previous race.

As for the races themselves, they're brief on closed circuit courses that are only around a minute for three or four laps. I say brief, because they're still a quick shot of fun and never overstays its welcome. The races do get longer as you proceed further into what feels like it could be a long game. At two hours in, I haven't completed all of the easy beginners championship races. You race against five other cars for most of the game, but you do start out against one, two then three competitors and so on. With more aggressive racers, it can become hazardous to even start a race. Faster vehicles can ram into you and turn you around before the first turn.

The cars feel heavy, you can ram someone and push them around. While the game hardly has realistic physics, the dirty play physics are great. Ramming someone out of your way or spinning them with such tight quarters is always a joy that other racing games have forgotten about. With the racers being mini, it becomes a feat to spin someone around rather than just pushing them. That can come back to haunt you. Any pile of cars becomes dangerous as they push right into you rather than dodge you. This is geared for the arcade, rather than realism. Its tough to avoid pile ups at the first turn.

These races all have themed environments and music. Vernice city streets near waterways. A port full of shipping containers. The wilds of Africa through a river next to hippos. Racing on a Mayan temple. At a yellow sand beach across a bridge that dips into the water. Its all bright, colorful, eye catching and makes the game more fun.The soundtrack is diverse and good even if its generic, its all still fitting. Its rare, but tracks can go indoors or under bridges where the overlying areas become transparent. The developers made the game dynamic, eclectic and shows the effort put in.

To get longevity out of the courses, you will be racing on a lot of the courses a few times, but with a twist. Some races reverse the track. Other events are at night, or at dusk. The largest twist when you do the same race in a different cup is a literal one. The game will shift the perspective of the track. It helps to keep things interesting on what would otherwise be the same race for the forth time. The mini map stays the same, so what is north on the mini map could be southeast on the track itself. There are a few objects to bump into on each track. You can run down cones, knock over tire stacks and it all feels good to interact and mess up the course a little.

Team Fortress 2 and Portal 2 tracks are a big appeal of the game and they do make good uses of their respective franchises. You have Helen's voice in the Team Fortress 2 and the sentries voice from Portal 2. Portal 2's level has a big portal at the end to bridge a gap from the end to the finish. The Team Fortress 2 map has a lot of indoor areas and I can best describe it as the race version of Badlands. I only encountered each track once, but the Fruit Ninja track is everywhere.

There is a large variety of vehicles. I keep calling them vehicles, because there are more than typical stock cars, derby cars, muscle cars and race cars, because in Mini Motor, you can drive as a police car, school bus, jeep and even an ambulance. The big buses can be dangerous with their top speed. It gives the game a lot of character and flare to be driving what you want.You'll find plenty of vehicles unlocked from the start and they're all free. The vehicles all have different skins to chose from, so you can even play as Herby the Love Bug.

Each of the vehicles has their own stats for acceleration, top speed, nitro and handling. These stats can be upgraded to a certain extent by purchasing upgrades with your race winnings. The higher the tier of upgrade, the more it will cost and you'll need these upgrades to keep competing with higher levels of competition. The unfortunate part is that if you switch vehicles to one that you haven't spent thousands on upgrading, there's no way to be competitive in further races. At least you can take your cash earned from one vehicle and carry it over to a new vehicle. You can downgrade as well if you need to.

Upgrading never felt like I could instantly win, it always felt like a competitive challenge. Sure there are races where some cars are just geared toward that terrain and those curves, but for the most part everything was good enjoyable, neck and neck fun once I was past the first initial races.

There are quick race modes with all of the tracks you've unlocked and ones from Steam Workshop. You even have a track designer. I never expect much from a budget game's level designers, but this is easy to use and you can create something good to play in a short amount of time, albeit dull and lacking from the main game. Clicking your mouse on angles and dragging the road to make the precise curve or angle you want. Investing more time would probably yield great results if you spend the time to place props down.

You can download tracks from the Steam Workshop, but what I really want is entire cups worth of tracks or the ability to make my own cups on top of tracks. A single racetrack is just too quick. Its the bread stick rather than a complete meal.

Mini Motor Racing EVO is a fantastic game for a dirt cheap price. Its a game for any fan of the overhead racing genre and a fun, enjoyable experience with challenge. At $5 its tough to argue with the price for a game with so much fun and content.
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