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Players compete in various championships, ranging from bootleg rallies on the outskirts of the galaxy to big-league circuits set against the goliath skylines of metropolis cityscapes. Players can purchase offensive and defensive vehicle upgrades, buy new cars, collect power-ups and earn bonuses.

FEATURES:
• Classic gameplay, influenced by the isometric racing from the 16-bit era.
• 5 planets/championships to compete.
• 8 fully customizable and upgradable vehicles, ranging from beefed-up pickup trucks to futuristic hover cars.
• Over 50 unique courses.
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