Can’t wait for Tokyo Drift as Hank Hill in Warped Kart Racers

If you would tell me when? Mario Kart first came out in 1992 that Dale Gribble from king of the hill and ‘s English baby Family man 30 years later did something similar, I wouldn’t say anything because I wasn’t alive yet. If I was alive, I’d probably say, “Who’s Dale Gribble?”, because king of the hill not aired until 1997.

To start from that preamble, Apple has announced a number of new additions to their Apple Arcade platform, including: BadLand Party and Goat Simulator. However, the big one has to be warped kart racers, that is the view of the 20th century Mario Kart. The game is being developed by Electric Square, a studio that has previously worked on games such as Battlefield 2042 as well as the coming Sniper Elite 5 and Assassin’s Creed VR.

In warped kart racers, players can choose from 20 different characters from Family Guy, American Father, King of the Hill, and Solar Contradictions to race against each other on 16 tracks based on areas from the shows. While there’s no indication that more 20th Century characters will be added, it’s certainly a possibility in the future.

distorted kart racers character selection
Image: 20th century games

The game has many, many similarities with mario kart, such as customizing karts, items and item boxes. unlike mario kart, the game has daily challenges to unlock new characters, skins, karts and customizations as well as options to customize the characters.

It really is one of the most unexpected and interesting Mario Kart clones I’ve seen, and that says a lot when you consider that there are two Garfield Kart spell. It’s both hilarious and shocking to see Hank Hill sitting in a tractor go-kart and hurling a turtle shell at Peter Griffin, killing him instantly (not really). I’ve also never wanted to play a character in a karting game as much as Cupid Bobby.

That boy is wrong! (Image: 20th Century Games)

While nothing really comes true mario kart, the look and atmosphere of Warped Kart Racers is actually quite fascinating and could draw people to Apple Arcade. While many aren’t huge fans of the subscription service, it’s hard to deny that the platform has gotten some real bangers over time, such as Gibbon: Beyond the Trees and Fantasywhich makes it more attractive.

Let’s face it, this game looks damn stupid. But I think that’s why it looks great.

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