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A.I.M. Racing welcomes you to the planet Polygon-4, where deadly vehicles of the distant future compete, swishing planet’s dusty atmosphere at a tremendous pace. Years ago humans along with the Arlings used Polygon-4 for a number of military experiments, but later left the test complex.
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A.I.M. Racing welcomes you to the planet Polygon-4, where deadly vehicles of the distant future compete, swishing planet’s dusty atmosphere at a tremendous pace. Years ago humans along with the Arlings used Polygon-4 for a number of military experiments, but later left the test complex. However, the intelligent machines, AIMs, continue to fulfill objectives they are programmed for: further evolution and self-perfection. AIMs of the Reckoners clan built a network of tracks to test multi-purpose combat machines in action.
If you are not afraid of awesome speed, fatal traps and plasma charges, tearing apart your racing glider’s sheeting, A.I.M. Racing is a game of your choice. There is no need to save money to buy a new glider, no need to think, where you can acquire energy supply for a more powerful canon. The clan will give you everything – but you must win!
- Over 50 rounds in a Championship
- Over 30 various gliders
- Diverse tactic to destroy your opponents
- Unique glider dynamics
- Treacherous traps and useful bonuses.
- Vast number of weaponry, including mines and rockets
- Detailed statistics for each race to show your skills
- Online records table
- Multiplayer options
- OS: Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP
- Processor: Pentium 4 1.5 GHz
- Memory: 384 MB RAM
- Graphics: NVidia® GeForce™ 4200, ATI® Radeon™ 9500
- DirectX®: DirectX 9.0
- Hard Drive: 2.5 GB
- Sound: DirectX™ 9.0 compatible
- Processor: Pentium 4 2.5 GHz
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: NVidia® GeForce™ 6800, ATI® Radeon™ x800
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1,634 products in account
5.6 hrs on record
This game really has the feel of star wars pod racing. You can pick up power-ups that can affect the gameplay of the match. It can get a little frustrating in the begging to drive each vehicle. The graphics are alright and fun to look at. The opponents can be very stupid at times and run into the walls. The game is a good arcade racer with potential to be alot of fun. I would recommend this game to any racer that likes having power-ups to blow the competition away. Its a good game but can be improved.
903 products in account
0.8 hrs on record
Avoid like the plague. It's very bland and generic. It controls like crap. You often come to complete stops. All the tracks except one are locked and I couldn't even beat that first one. It's just incredibly tough and your blaster is totally underpowered. Probably the worst 3d racer I've ever played.