DescriptionMini Motor Racing WRT is a top-down arcade racing game and the sequel to Mini Motor Racing. It was initially released in South Korea in 2014 as Mini Motor WRT and published by Selvas with a license to include cars from the South Korean car manufacturer Kia Motors. The game was later, or for iOS possibly simultaneously, released worldwide as Mini Motor Racing WRT. While the gameplay is in many ways similar, the sequel is released as a free-to-play game with in-app purchases instead of a commercial release for the original game.
Next to a quick race with asymmetrical PvP multiplayer, there are four main game modes: career, league, challenges and race club. It is also possible to practice or to race another player through a Bluetooth connection. Shown from an almost top-down view, the player controls a car on various small tracks with arcade gameplay. Optionally a third-person view, always from behind, can be chosen as well. Steering is done on the left side by moving a thumb over a steering wheel to change the direction of a red arrow, while the right side of the screen holds two on-screen buttons for braking and nitro. By winning races coins are earned as the basic currency along with experience to level up. Tracks are based on four types of surfaces that favour a certain type of car. Cars are split up in three categories: WRT, the Japanese Choro-Q cars (known in the West as Penny Racers), and the licensed Kia cars (Cadenza, Mohave, Optima, Picanto, Rio, Sorento, Soul etc.). Cars can be leveled up multiple times and have different statistics based on speed, nitro, corner (turning) and acceleration. Next to coins, many other types of currencies are used, such as the premium trophies, coupons, green clovers and lucky diamonds. The game also uses an energy/stamina system where each race consumes an amount of gas that regenerates slowly. Additional boosters such as nitro can be bought and equipped before races.
Cars are mainly bought through coins or trophies, but they can also be built and require extensive upgrading through different types of parts that are earned or bought. Cars can also be sold to salvage parts. There are rare and expensive star parts that take a car to a new level and extensively upgrade the abilities. Cars can also evolve to a next star rating through evolution items. Parts can be combined to create better ones. Lucky green clovers (won in leagues) and lucky diamonds (by buying cars with trophies) increase the chance of earning rare star parts.
Next to the main career mode there are challenge races with an entry fee (coupons) and many rewards. These challenges are played against other racers worldwide in an asymmetrical fashion. Leagues are multiple races in played in succession against other players worldwide asymmetrically, with a limited amount of time for all players to complete the races. Players can team up in race clubs to challenge others, earn rewards and unlock cars only available through that mode. In leagues team members can be recruited with different levels in exchange for coins, with a crew of drivers with different statistics based on max speed and acceleration (initial, middle and final). Next to in-app purchases for the currencies and a gas refill, there are starter packs. Loyal players receive daily rewards.
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- "Mini Motor WRT" -- Korean release title
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- Mini Motor Racing WRT (official website)
- IGCD Internet Game Cars Database (Game page on IGCD, a database that tries to archive vehicles found in video games.)
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