Turbo Dismount is a kinetic tragedy about Mr. Dismount and the cars who love him. It is the official sequel to the wildly popular and immensely successful personal impact simulator - Stair Dismount.
User reviews: Overwhelmingly Positive (1,800 reviews)
Release Date: May 21, 2014

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""There's the speed! There's the ramp! There's the... Lawsuit.""
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October 2

Turbo Dismount v1.3 Update - Freeform Funk!

Let's get to it! Here's what's new:

  • Move & Rotate obstacle hotspots in the setup screen (this should be interesting!)
  • More music, the game's now doing double the disco!
  • Manual disabling of controller support
  • Updating Subscription levels improved (this we'd like feedback on)
  • Visual indicators for Stalled / Go / Full Speed
  • Two-wheelers now way better! It's like they no longer have training wheels!
  • New obstacle: Brake Pad (the anti-turbo-pad)
  • Editor asset package updated with Brake Pad
  • Improved icon! Yeay!

See you on the forums!

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August 21

Turbo Dismount v1.2 Update!

New vehicles, new features, fixes and awesomeness galore!

  • Full game controller support! Start the game with a controller attached to enable controller UI mode.
  • New vehicle: Heavy Metal - just the thing you need to get even!
  • New vehicle: The Swinger - if riding a wrecking ball is your preference!
  • Controller only: Replay scratching/scrubbing with analog triggers! The slow-mo replay is now so much better than before!

  • Level Editor Asset Package updated to include Nailed It! -condition
  • Level Editor documentation updated

  • Red flash in first person mode for cranial impacts
  • Additional props in some default levels
  • Much improved physics collision responses through more accurate relative element masses
  • Clear Obstacles -button added to level obstacle selection screen
  • Shadow quality improvements
  • Tweaked oil slick strength (stronger)

  • Bug fix: statistics tracking is fixed, helping with the unlocking of some achievements
  • Bug fix: exporting a level no longer causes an exception with parented elements

EDIT: v1.2.1 update fixes the following:

  • Space bar again works for launching a dismount
  • Obstacle positions in Lane Merger fixed

Let us know how it tastes on the forums!

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“It's a chaotic toybox of destruction”
Preview – HardcoreGamer

“Turbo Dismount is a glorious excuse for putting polygonal beings into dangerous vehicles and then watching the physics-based carnage gently unfold into something beautiful.”
Preview – Kotaku

About This Game

Turbo Dismount is a kinetic tragedy about Mr. Dismount and the cars who love him. It is the official sequel to the wildly popular and immensely successful personal impact simulator - Stair Dismount.

The highlights of this experience are multiple vehicles, an awesome replay system, level editing features, high-speed physics and an indiscriminate sense of style.

The purpose of the game is simple - damage awards points. It is up to you to try different combinations of obstacles, vehicles, poses and levels to make it to the top of the leaderboards. To support friendly rivalry, Turbo Dismount supports placing a photo of your friend on the face of Mr. Dismount - such a delightful way to express one's emotions!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX9 compatible graphics card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    • OS: 10.8 or newer
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
Helpful customer reviews
183 of 204 people (90%) found this review helpful
6.4 hrs on record
+ Lots of fun crashing into objects
+ Multiple vehicles with different physics
+ Customization options
+ Replay value

+/- No campaign or story, it's just a bunch of levels (not really needed but still a point I wanted to address)

- No goals/objectives, just high scores
- You can't put objects anywhere you want, but only on specific spots
- Limited number of levels

[Rating: 76/100]
Posted: June 5
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113 of 134 people (84%) found this review helpful
53.6 hrs on record
This game is a classic from the old Stair dismount & Truck dismount days. I have played both of those back in the early 2000's. this game brings back memories of these in new graphics and customization. Highly recommended ^^
Posted: June 30
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94 of 145 people (65%) found this review helpful
10.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Listen to me very closely.

You can stick the dummy, backwards, on a tricycle, send it through a booster, followed by a jump, into active traffic.

Get the ♥♥♥♥ing game.
Posted: April 25
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35 of 45 people (78%) found this review helpful
10.8 hrs on record
Ah, Tubo Dismount. The name alone conjures up images of, well, your mom, actually, but this is not the time or the place for that particular tale.
Anyway, Turbo Dismount is the heartbreaking story of Joe Dismount. A man trapped in a world that seems to want nothing more than to push him down each time he tries to rise, and hobble him every time he tries to walk. It's a familiar scene, the cycle of repression which seems torn straight from today's geopolitical headlines.
As painful as it is to watch Joe's agonizing struggles, and I must admit it brought a tear to my eye more than once, we have to face the fact that Joe is not entirely a blameless victim here. Joe appears to be actively seeking his own demise, and every time we see him dangling from the back of a speeding sports car, or rolling off of a cliff in an office chair, we can only wonder what horrors Joe has seen, or dare I say, even participated in, that drive this insatiable lust for the sweet release of death.
We may never know, for as simple as Turbo Dismount may appear on the surface, beneath lies a complex web of tortured emotion and dark secrets best left undisturbed. Some may view Joe as a hero, others may see him as a villan, but where Turbo Dismount succeeds in uniting us, is that we can all see Joe torn into little pieces strewn across a highway in the middle of a twenty vehicle pileup. I suppose that in the end, that's all that really matters.
Posted: June 29
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
5.5 hrs on record
I had never heard of this game in my life until I saw someone on Youtube playing it. Then I saw it on steam, then it ended up in my possession.

Turbo Dismount is a simple physics sandbox in where your character clings in humorous and non-safe ways onto vehicals and ploughs into traffic. Really simple. The crashes and the ammount of damage is a wonder to behold as you see Mr. (Or Mrs.) Dismount roll under cars and loose limbs and break bones. The Game also has a replay function where you can slow, rewind and fast foward time so you can see that perfect bone crunching angle. Also you can dot your path to traffic with Turbo Pads, or Speed Bumps, or Half-pipes or mines for the extra 'umph'.

Levels are rather small but they do their job, and you have quite a selection of vehicals and poses, and when you are bored of what the developers made there is a host of steam workshop levels for you to play with aswell.

And one level of praise I will give the developers, is customization, you can plaster your face, or someone you like (Or really hate) to the puppet Mr (Or Mrs.) Dismount, and you can attach a logo to your vehicals aswell.

It's simple, it's fun, it's cheap, you should own this.
Posted: August 30
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328 of 369 people (89%) found this review helpful
2.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
So happy this game is finally released on Steam! I adored the first one "Stair dismount" and this one is even better than the first one being with cars! I do love fast cars and all that, and this game is perfect for having fun and laughing when you see all the accidents. You can also costumize your character being able to place a face of someone you hate and you can also add any car logo you want, like i chose Bugatti :D. Love this game and i'm looking forward to new updates! Have fun playing it yourselves !
Posted: January 10
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