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Abandoned cities under the rowdy gang's control, the absence of legal law, violence as a basic survival principle and races without rules as the main method to solve the problems. «Protoxide: Death Race» will tell you everything about ultra-speed driving, battle super-cars that look like machines from Hollywood fantastic blockbusters and wild industrial tracks.
Various modes of «Protoxide: Death Race» give you a chance to try yourself in a high-speed competition, or begin a battle on tracks and concentrate on destroying your enemies or investigate the dying world in details, completing a single campaign mode. And a multiplayer mode will connect all the fans of auto-wars all over the world in one violent massacre.
Features:
- 4 single player modes
- Wi-Fi multiplayer
- 12 battle war-gliders each one with unique characteristics
- campaign with an exciting story
- 16 outstanding tracks
- 4 unique types of ingame locations
- high-quality 3D graphics
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