Rat Racer
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Rat Racer
is a physics-based car simulation. This is not a typical arcade game - everything is calculated in real time by the Nvidia Phys
X
engine, so the drive model is more difficult to learn at the beginning, but it gives you much more satisfaction when you master it over time.
All tracks are "virtual sandboxes" where you can drive everywhere and do anything what your car physics allows. All collisions, jumps, spins are unique due to real time physics and such environment.
How to start:
For the first time don't push the throttle to the max - just go as slow as possible throughout the first lap to feel the car reactions and then gradually speed up on next laps. Watch out for the driver - if you drive too aggressively, it may fall out of the car due to stronger forces. Also, if you didn't care about the engine, it can sometimes catch fire - in both cases you have to wait a few seconds.
Due to physical nature of the game it's easy to stuck somewhere on the track - in such case stop your car for few seconds - it will be respawned on last checkpoint.
There are many random things which make the racing different every time - AI can sometimes miss the checkpoints so you never know who will win. Car engines can have a failures. The boxes on the road are filled with random stuff - you never knows if it's safe to collide with. The drone-like camera sometimes look at weird angles so you cannot clearly see your position. Some of the track locations are covered by obstructions so you need to use your intuition when your car is not visible for few seconds. There are no bounds on track so beware of the edges - or force your opponent to drive there!
Tips and tricks:
When you are in air release your throttle - the landing will be safer
When your car jumps with slight rotation - align your front wheels with flying direction to land safely
When your car spins - tame every ground contact by handbrake - it may help to loose velocity and may prevent your driver from falling out of the car
Some of the cars are using freewheel - it's technology from older cars like Saab or Trabant where car does not use engine to brake - that means when you release your throttle the car is still going until you press brake!
We plan to release this game by March 2020 with 8 race tracks and 8 cars. There will be also Early Acces release which will contain 1 car and 1 track.
Have fun!
:3 uszymyszy

SYSTEM REQUIREMENT

Minimum:
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS:
Windows 10 x64
Processor:
Intel i5-3360M or similar
Memory:
8 GB RAM
Graphics:
Integrated Intel HD 4000 or better
DirectX:
Version 11
Storage:
400 MB available space
Sound Card:
Any
Additional Notes:
The game should run on most computers but it would be good to have dedicated 3D graphics. The oldest tested setup was '2012 laptop with Intel i5-3360M / integrated Intel HD4000 Graphics - 1280x720 40FPS
Recommended:
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS:
Windows 10 x64
Processor:
Most of the current processors like i3, i5
Memory:
8 GB RAM
Graphics:
Integrated Intel Iris 655 or better
DirectX:
Version 11
Storage:
1 GB available space
Sound Card:
Any
Additional Notes:
On Intel Iris 655 game works at 60 FPS / 1920x1080. On modern graphics cards up to 100 - 200 FPS

Rat Racer is a physics-based car simulation where everything is calculated in real time by Nvidia PhysX engine. All tracks are "virtual sandboxes" where you can drive everywhere and do anything what your car physics allows.
Racing
Simulation
Steam score: 0%
Languages: English
Developer: jacku
Publisher: uszymyszy
GAME FEATURES
Single-player
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