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Blazing Trails

Version: 1.0

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Language: English
Score: 7 out of 10
License: Free
Date of Release: Monday 30th of June 2003
Operating System: Win95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP

It crosses circuits of obstacles in the smaller possible time

Blazing Trails is a simple race against the time (which as you will be discovering it does not have anything of simple) in that you must guide a ball through a circuit of obstacles in the established time.

Each level has a circuit different with diverse types from “traps” that evidently you have to also avoid if you want to arrive in the end safe and sound, (holes, oil spots) and several special types of floor tiles that can serve you as help (springboards where to jump, accelerating that makes you go more express).

The game has very simple graphs but with a three-dimensional perspective very obtained, and physical effects obtained very well also that they even facilitate the control of the ball at great speed.

Besides to compete against the clock, you can challenge to a friend in a game of two players (in it PC).

You do not let yourself deceive by the ease of the first levels and hopes at that they arrive most advanced! And if you get tired of the levels of the game, you can bajarte a publisher of levels of the page of the author, and to do the yours own ones.

  • Operating System: Win95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP

    Blazing Trails 1.0

    Developer Website: http://www.allan.bentham.btinternet.co.uk/blazingtrails.htm


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