Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Nerdversity Reviews: Micro Machines (NES)



Successful toy lines would eventually find their way onto the NES. Some of them good, some of them bad.


Micro Machines was released by Camerica in 1991. It was an unlicensed port of the 16 bit games, as released by Codemasters. 


Micro Machines was a top down racing game based on the toy line of the same name. In this, players would race a variety of vehicles around different home based environments, such as a bath tub, the breakfast table, the garden and a billiard's table, with different home items being both hazards ad the markers. Despite it being an unlicensed game, it's still considered by many to be the best racing game on the system