Meow Motors is making its way to the Xbox on the 2nd of August and we are excited about it. This Indie game is fun and looks beautiful. In a time that sees most Indie games use the Unity engine, Meow Motors use the power of UE4 to set itself apart. We will be doing a full review prior to launch, but just we wanted to give you a taste of what exactly this game is. We reached out to the developer and this is what they had to say.
What is Meow Motors about?
You will take to the track and play as one of a dozen colorful cats memorable for their different characteristics and unique personalities. Overcome various difficulties of the tracks drifting through mines and bombs, stop and slow down your competitors by blasting them with bubble gum and other astonishing weapons. And don’t forget to gather power-ups along the way if you want to be the fastest driver on the track!
Gather the team, overcome Master Duke and discover his scary mystery! While moving through the championship you will acquire new teammates, cars, and power-ups.
What kind of modes are there and how many players can play?
Tracks consist of three different modes: circle races, drifts, and ‘strike’ mode. In order to win you should take advantage of power-ups, combining them with your skills to use the stored energy. The game is played via a storyline campaign and local multiplayer mode (Split-screen game) allowing you to play with up to 4 people on one device.
– Dynamic gameplay that has three different modes: circle races, drifts, and ‘strike’ mode
– 20 different tracks where kitties will compete
– 10 kitties with unique abilities that will help you gain an advantage
– 10 power-ups with unique effects to defeat your competitors
– Charge your power-ups and get a more powerful effect!
– Overtake opponents, drift and get bonuses for it.
Thank you for reading. The game releases on Aug 2nd and we will publish our review a few days beforehand. If you have an Indie Game you would like covered or gaming content that you would like published, click here. We are always looking for content creators and community managers.
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