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ZOOM Lego Racers 2
$12.95 (Win95/98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (LEGORAC2PJ)


Publisher: Lego Media

Ages: 6 and up

You've Built The Car
You're Ready To Roll
Now Grit Your Teeth and Go!

And you're off into the gear-crunching adventure sequel to Lego Racers where you'll find foot-to-the-floor excitement from start to finish. First build your dream machine before racing through five incredible Lego worlds with hair-raising challenges and explosive new features around every corner. Explore each world at blistering speed as you search for the coveted Golden Bricks. The more you collect, the further you'll get towards the ultimate challenge against the meaner, leaner Rocket Racers.

So get ready for the ride of your life!

Features and Activities:

Visit 5 new Lego worlds, including Mars, the Arctic and Dino Island

Race across 24 tracks, and take on a boss driver in each world

Build with new improved car - and character construction features

Find the hidden bonus games

Play against your friends

Smash through destructible scenery - but don't lose too many bricks from your car!


Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me/XP: Pentium II 266 MHz (Pentium II 350 MHz or higher recommended), 64 MB RAM, 200 MB free hard disk space, Direct Sound, 4x CD-ROM drive, 16 MB Video card with 640 x 480 x 16 bit color. DirectX 8.0a


Reviews:

Kids Domain by Anise Hollingshead

"This is a cool racing game, and your racing and/or LEGO fans will love it! Designed much like others in the genre, like Mario Kart, this title has a charm all its own with the little LEGO people. However, before purchasing, take into account the difficulty of the actual racing as compared to your child's arcade abilities. The powerups are a definite help to level the playing field between opponents, but can be a little tricky at first to use - parents may need to practice the game first to help with the various button controls."

 


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