Top-Down Retro Racer – Brakes Are For Losers – Releases on PC in October

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Developers, Oudidon are shifting into the next phase of getting ready to release their arcade, retro racer next month. Brakes Are For Losers, or BAFL, will be bringing outlandish racing excitement, full of retro pop-culture themes to PC coming this October.

A single-screen racer filled with funky themes and cars, along with an addictive and old-school style gameplay, BAFL looks to bring racing joy for fans and gamers from all over. Race throughout 10 ridiculous courses, from Las Vegas to Caribbean islands, and up to the moon. BAFL marks the developers first title, and it seems like their going straight for an exciting arcade feel.

Dirty tricks and scheming for the top spot all pass as acceptable in this fierce and competitive neo racer. With the entire courses placed on a single screen, up to 8 players can compete in this blazing and chaotic top-down racer. Choosing between up to 8 unique cars and racing through one of 10 diverse courses, BAFL is sure to bring intense and high-speed careening action to your gaming room.

Solo championships and other events bring a single player experience right to the front of BAFL. Upgrade your cars with enhanced additions and find new ways to win the checkered flag. Other events like Perfect Race and Time Attack are available to increase the playability, even with the possibility of losing friends in this heated multiplayer racer. Compete worldwide against downloaded ghosts from players featured all over the BAFL network.

An ample price tag matching a simple yet gratifying racing experience for gamers of all styles to enjoy. Plant dirty tricks and in-game events to help you cross the finish first, or just win with all-out speed and precision. Brakes Are For Losers is taking the “braking” out of the racers, while keeping the racing action turned all the way up. Find BAFL on Steam coming October 18th, at a low-cost of $9.99.

 

This post was provided by Chris from LunaWolf Gaming and Dpad Joy.

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