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  • Summary: Milkstone Studios presents the next installment in the indie racing series, now with online for 12 players! Drive the 30+ high speed cars on a 3D,weather-changing city! Career mode provides hours of fun, challenging races. You need to tune your car and earn money to get the most wantedMilkstone Studios presents the next installment in the indie racing series, now with online for 12 players! Drive the 30+ high speed cars on a 3D,weather-changing city! Career mode provides hours of fun, challenging races. You need to tune your car and earn money to get the most wanted cars.Pursuit the top ranks and become the best in the world! Underground racing has never been so fun!

    Little Racers STREET is a much needed refresh to the top-down racing genre! Offering a whole 3D city with lots of different tracks and enviromental effects, the game's key point is its career mode.

    You'll have to start from scratch, with a low class car. Win races and complete challenges to earn credits, and spend them upgrading your car or purchasing new ones. Featuring 30 different cars, challenging opponents and varied race conditions, this game offers hours of fun and enjoyment!
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  1. Feb 10, 2014
    71
    Addressed to those who miss old-school, Micro Machine-ish racing games, Little Racers Street is a title that gets better as we progress, even though it fails to offer an attractive design or a local multiplayer mode.
  2. Feb 7, 2014
    70
    I suspect there's going to be good number of folks out there who'll dig this game. It's cheap, it controls fantastically, the graphics are slicker than an oily fox, and it's a genre which has been gagging for a good makeover.
  3. Feb 11, 2014
    70
    Little Racers: Street is a game I could see myself coming back to. I have taken issue with a lot of its quibbles but here is the fact of it: Little Racers: Street is a faithful recreation of the classic top-down racer with a lot of modern twists.
  4. Feb 18, 2014
    60
    Little Racers STREET strikes a great a balance between depth and accessibility, but squanders its potential as soon as progression starts to favor rote upgrades over applied skill. That being said, it's an eight dollar game in an uncommon genre and loaded with options - and for some that may be an acceptable compromise.
  5. Mar 2, 2014
    50
    The worst thing that can kill an arcade racer is grind. Little Racers has it in spades.
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  1. Feb 15, 2014
    9
    Reminds me of the days when games were FUN. The single player has a lot of longevity thanks to career mode with its many achievements, andReminds me of the days when games were FUN. The single player has a lot of longevity thanks to career mode with its many achievements, and multiplayer with friends is hugely entertaining. Expand
  2. Feb 7, 2014
    8
    Its a really nice game of cars, in the line of Micromachines or similar games. The graphics, while not really complex, have some interestingIts a really nice game of cars, in the line of Micromachines or similar games. The graphics, while not really complex, have some interesting details like wather effects or reflections. The gameplay is adictive a lot. Sumarizing, it's really funny and well done :) Expand
  3. Sep 21, 2014
    7
    What you see is what you get. Little Racers STREET is an unpretentious isometric arcade racer that can be heaps of fun if you can find someWhat you see is what you get. Little Racers STREET is an unpretentious isometric arcade racer that can be heaps of fun if you can find some people to play it with; grinding achievements in single-player or even completing daily challenges will eventually become rather dull meaning the game's longevity is heavily dependent on satisfying multiplayer gameplay. Expand