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 Jet Racing Extreme Will Make You Want To Stuff A Rocket In Your Exhaust


Jet Racing Extreme is a no bullshit, straight-up thrill-house of a game.

You’re given a supercar that’s powered by a rocket. And at that point you’re probably already thinking “hang on, why have I never stuffed a rocket in my car’s exhaust and seen how fast I can go?!”

Good question.

According to Jet Racing Extreme when you power your car via a rocket you’ll go at several hundred kilometres per hour. So that’s fine if you’re young and have the reflexes to control your vehicle but for old pensioner drivers we do not recommend it.

elderly driver at stop sign

We want to see a bunch of old people playing Jet Racing Extreme. It’d be hilarious.

Going at such a speed you’re obviously going to crash, and it’s here that Jet Racing Extreme shines, because it features a really neat damage system.

Jet Racing Extreme features a great damage model that creates a realistic sense of the damage you’re doing to your vehicle. You’ll get to completely destroy your car, but like a Duracell Bunny that thing will keep on going regardless. Even if you completely obliterate the back half of your vehicle you’ll still be able to keep on speeding thanks to the jets in the front of your car.

Stylistically a lot of this game actually looks like a serious time-trial racer. But the seriousness is entirely faked. It’s really all about blowing the crap out of your car. The car is built of destructible body parts (kinda like the old VX Golf I used to have, which fells to pieces all the time). If you want to pull off the real sh*t you’ll need to purchase car parts that won’t be destroyed so easy.

Making things more difficult is the sheer amount of crap that litters the tracks. There’s junk all over the place. It’s kinda like driving down the Russian Road in Yaroslavl, which is generally regarded as one of the worst roads in the world.

Russian Road in Yaroslavl

Russian Road in Yaroslavl is the worst road in the world.

What you’re left with in Jet Racing Extreme is a hilarious stunt game that pretends it’s a time-trial racer but is actually just for laughs. It’s all about enjoying the explosions and seeing how far you can go before your car gets completely blown to smithereens.

Jet Racing Extreme is still in the early stages, and there are just four tracks available in a single environment. That said, the area is intricate, with tracks that intersect and squiggle all over the desert landscape. There are curves, loops, ramps, and tons of junk all over the place making things difficult. Getting a good time comes down to knowing when to hit the boosters and hen to lay off. The thing is it’s just too tempting to let loose and end up totalling your vehicle.


This game is a total laugh. You should definitely give it a shot. Jump over to Steam and check out the game’s Greenlight page. I reckon you’ll be pretty impressed.



Anyone Else Mind Blown By No Man’s Sky?!

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E3 is a place all about ambition. Just walking around here, you’ve got indie devs trying to make it big, AAAs trying to create the next blockbuster…and then you’ve got No Man’s Sky, a game that’s so flipping ambition that it basically shatters the vision of every other person in this place right now. No… Read more »



Guardian of Eden Dev’ Believes Games Can Inspire Faith

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College. For most it’s a case of drinking, studying, late nights, friends, and the occasional mistake or too.  But for game developers Peter Venoit and Simon Matthews, college holds a more important purpose. Animation students at Virginia Regent University, Venoit and Matthews are creating “Guardian of Eden: A Dragon’s Dream” a game they hope will… Read more »


AAA Studios Are Bewildered By A French Indie Dev’s Farming Simulator

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The CEOs of AAA game studios are scratching their beards in bewilderment. They don’t understand how it could possibly have happened. French independent developer Focus Home Interactive, together with GIANTS Software, have gone and done what all the AAAs in the world couldn’t do: they’ve made the PS4 and Xbox One essential purchases. Paris-based Focus… Read more »


First Person Dog Game Raises $17,000 in 4 days  

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  Lincoln based indie game developer Clockwork Demon has raised over $17,000 in four days for its concept of a first person dog game. “We’re looking at a conversion rate of 15% from people who have seen the video,” said game designer Megan Vokal. “That’s pretty decent for a Kickstarter video.” Clearly understatement is something… Read more »