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Bloody Rally Show from February 2020 was probably one of the best top-down racers I've played in a long time, and it now has a free Bloody Rally Show: Prologue version you can try out.

This is no art of rally, it's less of a zen experience much more grimy - it's all about the more intense and chaotic side of racing against others. It's an action-racer, one that gives you a campaign mode to play through as well as some car-combat modes, car customisation and more. It's a very surprising game and a huge amount of fun.

Now thanks to the Bloody Rally Show: Prologue, you get a pretty big taste of what to expect with:

  • Race against other players in Daily Challenge - an asynchronous multiplayer event with daily leaderboards
  • Play through first 3 weeks in Campaign Mode - you can do this with your friends in local split screen co-op or vs
  • Have quick races and battles in procedurally generated environments
  • Experience the full blown Track and Car Editors that can be used to create content for the full version
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Check out the Prologue free on Steam.

If you missed it, the developer also recently announced their next game which will come with Linux support called Stardeus, a spaceship base-building colony sim.

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