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Key Features:
* Multiplayer, Any Way You Like It: Jimmie Johnson’s Anything with an Engine supports up to eight-player online multiplayer action, including ranked and private races, and up to four players in split-screen multiplayer as they battle for first place across the couch, around the globe or both simultaneously!
* Outlandish Vehicles: As players win cups in the Career Mode, they will unlock additional wild vehicles built in Jimmie’s Workshop from unusual items such as shopping carts, recliners and cement mixers.
* Rock ‘Em, Sock ‘Em Action: Each vehicle features its own unique set of weapon mods comprised of powerful pneumatic side-rams, front firing missiles and rear-deploying mines, allowing players to knock out the competition by whatever means necessary.
* Over-the-Top Personas: As they progress, players will assume a wide variety of outlandish personas, such as Hazzard Mower, who uses his souped-up lawnmower to cut down the competition and Megaton, a former military officer who barrels around the track on a high-speed bomb.
* Huge Variety of Challenges: Players will drift and battle their way through six different game modes, including the one-on-one Duel mode and the intense head-on Matador mode, across ten distinct tracks elaborately staged as ruined cities, medieval lands or prohibition-era backwoods, each filled with tricky obstacles and triggered traps.
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