Carnage Racing is an arcade racing game developed by tinyGIANT games and published by Jagex Games Studio. Carnage Racing combines seat-of-the-pants driving, tricks and stunts with explosive vehicle combat in a no-holds-barred race for the chequered flag.
History and Development
Carnage Racing is developed by California based studio tinyGIANT games, which is fully owned by Jagex Games Studio. The game was first announced on October 12th 2012, and was initially released on Facebook on November 11th 2012.
On September 18th 2013, it was revealed that Carnage Racing would be coming to iOS, with the game being released on the Appstore a day later on September 19th.
On November 21st, Carnage Racing was released for Mac and Windows through Steam.
Carnage Racing is developed using the Unity game engine.
Carnage Racing is an arcade racing game, blending racing, strategy, combat and stunt driving. Players may choose from eight vehicles from three classes - destroyers, tricksters and speedsters, each with their own unique advantages. Two vehicles are initially available, whilst the remainder are unlocked by completing goals, and bought using Moolah, the in-game currency.
Carnage Racing features 21 tracks, which are unlocked by completing goals such as scoring a certain number of weapon hits, or completing a race in a certain time.
Players can use missiles, time bombs, warp guns and rail guns to help them achieve their goals. They may also make use of warps, portals that teleport racers to different sections of the map.
The game features eight player multiplayer, career mode and time trials.
The Carnage Racing forums can be found at carnageracing.com/forums, and provide a place for players to discuss the game and get support. The game also has Steam forums, located here. Carnage Racing has a presence on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.