The reviewers say: "I would entirely recommend this game, it’s hours of fun and will not wear out quick. Each twist and turn, every near-miss, you’ll be clinging onto your mouse for dear life!" -Bytten "MMEOR dispenses away with any backstory and just lays on the action – the kind that is fast and furious." -GamesWarp Monster Minis Extreme Off-Road lays on the nitrous in a big way and gets some serious air off with retro racing that takes off-road in new directions. A retro look and a surreal style are only the beginning of the ways that this single-player title takes you back to when racing was a personal experience for as long as you could handle it. With a whopping 90 tracks over 18 themes, you'll be racing for hours and hours before you finish this game on the first run.
Version 1.04 of Monster Minis Extreme Off-Road for Linux has been released to bring it in line with the Windows build:
Improved steering sensitivity control.
Added more gamepad profiles.
Notify player when new game controller is connected when game is started, and allow them to proceed directly to controller setup.
Updated help for gamepad configuration.
Note for Linux gamepad/joystick/wheel users: Each time you start the game and enter your first race, make sure to move the analog sticks/pedals/triggers through a complete range of motion so the game can auto-calibrate them.
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Highest Rated (2 agree) 10/10
I love this game! The game is HUGE - lots of tracks so I get a lot of play time - quite a deal for the $$. The game has lots of different challenges that make it fun to play. I like the different places to race too - the toxic green sludge track is a favorite - the colored lights under the trucks look fantasic! The music on the winter ice track is perfect - if ice could be depicted in music - this is it! Geez - the matrix track in a blue grid is waaaaaay out there unique! I've never seen an idea…
Aug 26 2012 by MiniKK