Your intrepid heroes race the Reaper, collect shields, and deal with cheating ass-AI. Coffin Dodgers faces the CHAIRQUISITION!
Game: Coffin Dodgers
Devel: Milky Tea Studios
Price: €9.99 / US$10.99 / CAD$14.99
Wazzat: Coffin Dodgers sees you take on the role of saving one of seven quirky retirement village residents, each racing for their soul in “pimped up” mobility scooters against none other than the Grim Reaper himself.
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Shiny / Sounds
- It’s always refreshing to see a Unity game that really does not look like …well, a Unity game.
- I really dig the colourful lighthearted art style considering you are racing against Death for your life-organ.
- The tracks are hella detailed with all kinds of shite going on in the background, almost to the point of distraction.
- The background music is a bit of alright but the cart “engine?” sounds never change even after massive upgrades
- Like most racing titles it’s best to just throw on some Slayer and have at.
- It looks alright. Nothing mind blowing.
- I like the cartoony art style well enough
- The music is just kind of there. I’m not paying attention to it while racing.
- I didn’t hate the music.
- Didn’t hate the art-style either.
- But they’re nothing to write home about.
- Also, the frame-rate is limited to 60 even with vsync off.
- I have a simple test for racing games when it comes to controls.
- Do I gansta lean while racing?
- I did.
- The controls are responsive and tight.
- It’s a Kart racer built on the Unity engine.
- The fact that the physics are as cohesive as they are and the controls actually, reliably work is in itself worthy of praise.
- Single player is fun but incredibly short.
- Seriously, you can skull-FK this game in under two hours in single player.
- There is an alternate racing mode but it makes no sense.
- The fun comes from online multiplayer, but it’s kinda empty right now. .
- It’s a decently fun kart racing game
- Sure linux probably doesn’t need another one, but a well done game deserves to be recognized
- Hopefully future updates will fix the cheating-ass CPU
- This is one of those games I hate, not for the game itself but because It’s neither terrible nor mind-blowing.
- It’s mediocre.
- The CPU cheats like a motherfucker, it’s functional, you can lose friends easily over multiplayer but it’s just another kart game.
- Instead of Mario and co. or Tux and co. you’re racing old people and the grim reaper.