Pyroblazer® is a futuristic combat racing game. Set amidst the awe-inspiring locations of New Apeiron, players get the opportunity to race through a multitude of environments using a wide selection of anti-gravity craft known as Blazers.
Release Date: Nov 13, 2008
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About the Game
Pyroblazer® is a futuristic combat racing game. Set amidst the awe-inspiring locations of New Apeiron, players get the opportunity to race through a multitude of environments using a wide selection of anti-gravity craft known as Blazers. In their quest for glory, players can blast their way through the scorched valleys of Gnosis, the deserted cities of Haedra or the densely populated Underdome of Evelads.
As the players fight their way through the championship, improved Blazers with better speed, handling and superior firepower become available. Players also have the ability to pick up weapon and ammo upgrades during the race, further enhancing their ability to land the killer blow.
Featuring over 15 blazers and 40 levels, the game offers an unforgettable thrill ride.
- Fast & Furious combat racing
- 15 vehicles
- 20 deadly weapons
- Physics-based weapons
- 3 different worlds
- 40 different levels
- Over 2 hours of original music
- Supported OS: Windows® XP or Vista
- Processor: Single Core 3.0GHz CPU
- Memory: 1GB RAM
- Video: 128MB DirectX 9 GPU
- DirectX® Version: 9.0
- Hard Drive: 4GB
Pyroblazer® is a registered trademark. All Rights Reserved.
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2.3 hrs on record
When I initially played it when I first got it, it didn't really seem like much to me. Then again, I was on a game sale binge at the time, and this caught my interest in the past. Playing much, much, later, I learned that it's actually an interesting trip-fest of a game. Once you get used to the controls, it's actually pretty fun. Sorta Wipeout-ish, considering the environments and combat-racer type of game that it is. Tracks are seemingly short, and in some tracks, you can't really tell where you're going until you crash into an invisible wall, and see a decent hint on the horizon where they had in mind for you to go to (turned too early a few times, and other times too late, or in the wrong direction, despite guidance arrows; some places are strange with their design). But once you get a good enough idea of how the game is, and the quirks of some of the tracks, it is a pretty fun game to race through once in awhile. Some parts kinda remind me of Star Wars Pod Racer; speeds of races included.
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