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Race around tracks, avoid obstacles and attempt to get the best time in the racing game Turbo Boom! that's coming to Steam.

Turbo Boom! reminds me of some classic racers, giving you a simple setup that has you drive as fast and accurately as you can. You will be avoiding all sorts of obstacles like spikes, boxes and things that quite literally make you go—boom. It's a high-score chaser as you fight for positions on a leaderboard against friends and the world. You can see some clips of it below:

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Feature Highlight:

  • High-speed action packed tracks with loads of obstacles.
  • Explosive obstacles to destroy those who get too close.
  • Protective shells to keep going after explosion!
  • Online leaderboards for competing with friends.
  • Ghost cars showing the path you or leaders took.

You can wishlist/follow it on Steam and also try the Alpha demo from here. There's no exact date on when it will release but once it gets a date we will let you know.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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elmapul 18 Feb
now, THIS! is what i call an video game! not those realistic graphics without any creativity.
(nothing against realism, its an different niche, but i miss the times of games like lunar pool, instead of pool games that change nothing but astetics, and so on for other genres)

its a shame that the soundtrack is so poor.
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