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DescriptionAfter over 9 years of waiting, Micro Machines V4 is the first true new game in the Micro Machines series and the direct successor to Micro Machines V3.
Just like in Mad Tracks you drive little toy cars through 50 miniature-size all-day environments like over a pool table or through the eaves gutters of a house. On the tracks you can find weapons (e.g. a flamethrower, a monster-hammer or rockets) and power-ups that help you win the race. If you win a race you'll get money which you need to unlock new tracks and cars.
In multiplayer mode up to 4 players can race against each other either on one PC or online. The PS2 version offers multiplayer with multitap and with the PSP version, you can play on one device (two players) or through WiFi (four players). Playing online also features a new twist in the races. If you want to, you can bet your car and if you lose your opponent gets it. You can also trade cars from your collection with others.
An editor to design your own tracks is included in the package. Extra tracks can be unlocked by connecting the PSP to the PS2.
- "微型机器4" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
- "MicroMachines V4" -- European title
Part of the Following Groups
- Graphics Engine: RenderWare
- Inspiration: Toys
- Micro Machines series
- Middleware: DemonWare
- Physics Engine: Havok
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The Press Says
|Gamesmania||Jul 17, 2006||81 out of 100||81|
|Deeko||Jul 01, 2006||8 out of 10||80|
|Gaming Age||Jul 17, 2006||8 out of 10||80|
|GameSpy||Jun 29, 2006||70|
|IGN||Jun 26, 2006||7 out of 10||70|
|Cheat Code Central||Jul 06, 2006||3.3 out of 5||66|
|4Players.de||Jul 15, 2006||65 out of 100||65|
|Modojo||Jul 05, 2006||60|
|UOL Jogos||Jul 05, 2006||60|
|GameSpot||Jul 06, 2006||5.5 out of 10||55|
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Sicarius (61036) added Micro Machines V4 (PSP) on Jul 01, 2006
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Supersonic Software Ltd.:
James Allison, Andrew Fussey, Tim Gidlow, Iain Harrison, Andrew Maddison, Alastair Latcham, Richard Lewis‑Hood, Anthony McGrath, Darren Newall, Caria Rylance, Henning Thompson, Trisha Wheatley, Andrew Williamson, Peter Williamson