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RC Mini Racers now available on SteamOS & Linux

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RC Mini Racers is a fast paced arcade racing game with weapons, and it has just arrived on SteamOS/Linux.

Originally it was dependant on how many people request it, so it was obviously enough for them to do it.

About the game (Official)
RC Mini Racers is a fast paced and explosive racing game with 20+ remote controlled mini cars, lots of missiles and mines, turbos for an extra boost as well as great hard rock music. More than 20 cars can be unlocked within the game and the car pimp shop lets you customize you RC car by changing the color, the wheels and the antenna.

The game features 24 tracks separated in circuit races (round tracks with 5 laps) and sprint races (A to B races, no rules, as fast as possible). Beside that there’s a coin racing mode where you can explore the level and collect coins for the in-game store.

It doesn't have a SteamOS icon on the store yet, but I've seen it confirmed to be working, so it's only a matter of time.
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Cybolic 20 Mar, 2016
I don't see a SteamOS or Linux icon on the store page. Is there a link to an announcement?

EDIT: Found it. I guess my local repo just hasn't updated yet.

Last edited by Cybolic on 20 March 2016 at 8:02 pm UTC
Beamboom 21 Mar, 2016
Single player only? I'd thought a local multiplayer mode is mandatory on these kind of games. And only partial controller support? Get out of here.

Last edited by Beamboom on 21 March 2016 at 3:13 pm UTC
manero666 22 Mar, 2016
shame it's single player only :(

i actually bought it with the born2race2 bundle from a week or 2 ago, so it's quite cool to have it ported
ronnoc 6 Dec, 2016
Just as an update in case anyone comes across this post, the game is no longer listed for Linux in the Steam store. Not sure why, it's said the game is made using Unity so Linux support should not be a big deal. Was going to pick it up for $5, but listing as only having partial controller support was a turn-off. Followed by the fact that it's just no longer there for Linux anyway. Man we need some good racers on Linux!
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