Lego Stunt Rally

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Lego Stunt Rally
Lego Stunt Rally Cover.jpg
Developer(s) Graphic State Games, Intelligent Games
Publisher(s) Lego Media
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Color
Release date(s) September 13, 2000
Genre(s) Racing game
Mode(s) Single player, 2 to 4 players

Lego Stunt Rally is a Lego-themed racing video game originally released in 2000. The game features a track editor that allows players to build single-player and multiplayer tracks. A PlayStation version of the game was planned, but canceled.[1]

Gameplay[edit]

Stunt Rally is a top-down racer played in an isometric view. Driving has a slot car-esque control to it; players control the acceleration and braking, but steering is controlled automatically (although players can change lanes and influence how their vehicle takes corners). There are also powerups that they can pick up and use at any time, much like kart racers.

The main feature of the game is the track editor, which allows players to build their own tracks. When the game is first played, the editor will only have a selection of basic track pieces to work with, along with only two of the four environments. To gain more pieces and environment options, players have to race in the game's twenty-one race career mode. When players win career events, they unlock new features for the editor, including powerups, environments, and track pieces.

Plot[edit]

Mr. X, a multi-billionaire and champion rally racer of his island, invites four amateur racers (Lucky, Chip, Barney, and Wrench) to compete against four other racers of Stunt Island. Through the environments City, Desert, Jungle, and Ice, the player must compete with the other champions; Radium, Baron Flambo, Snake, and Glacia. Four other challengers from around the world also compete: Brad Speedo, Sid Vacant, Mega Hurtz, and Sandy Surf.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "LEGO Stunt Rally for PlayStation". GameRankings.com. Retrieved 22 April 2011. 

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