Hot Wheels Track Attack

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Hot Wheels Track Attack
Developer(s) Firebrand Games[1]
Publisher(s) THQ
Distributor(s) Mattel
Platform(s) Wii
Nintendo DS
Release date(s)
  • NA November 23, 2010
  • AUS November 26, 2010
  • EU March 12, 2011
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Distribution Wii Optical Disc, Nintendo DS Game Card

Hot Wheels Track Attack is an arcade-style racing video game, developed by Firebrand Games, and published by THQ. It was released in North America on November 23, 2010 for Wii and Nintendo DS.

Gameplay[edit]

The gameplay of Hot Wheels Track Attack revolves around the player racing a Hot Wheels car in a variety of events in order to unlock new cars, tracks and events. Players start with a small section of cars to race with and a limited number of events to compete in, but as players progress though the game, and earn medals for completing events, they unlock new cars, tracks, and events. Every race track in the game has blue tokens scattered throughout it, players collect these tokens by driving over them and can use them to buy additional upgrades for their cars. The in-game race tracks are filled with elements, such as ramps, loops, and obstacles that are made to resemble actual Hot Wheels toys.

Vehicle[edit]

Asphalt Assault

Buzz Bomb

Cockney Cab II

Deora II

Nerve Hammer

Ultra Rage

16 Angels

Bone Shaker

Croc Rod

Fast FeLion

The Gov'ner

Shift Kicker

Sharkruiser

1/4 Mile Coupe

Custom Otto

HW40

Jaded

Rivited

Rodger Dodger

Bad Mudder 2

Dune It Up

F1 Racer

Twin Mill III

Urban Agent

Whiped Creamer II

Paradigm Shift

Power Rage

Solar Reflex

Prototype H-24

Night Burner

Mega-Duty

Nitro Doorslammer

Synkro

Draggin' Tail

Amazoom

Impavido 1

Notes[edit]

On the Multiplayer screen where a player selects how many players will race, several Hot Wheels castings are shown, but are not playable in the game. These castings include Torque Twister and Dieselboy.

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