Woody Woodpecker Racing

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Woody Woodpecker Racing
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European cover art
Developer(s) Syrox Developments
Publisher(s) Konami
Producer(s) Derek Poon
Eveline Cureteau
Artist(s) Steven Green
Jonathan Green
David Bland
Composer(s) Matt Furniss
Platform(s) PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Color
Release Game Boy Color
  • NA: December 2000
  • EU: December 15, 2000
  • JP: March 15, 2001
PlayStation
  • NA: 2000
  • EU: December 22, 2000
  • JP: July 12, 2001
Windows PC
  • EU: December 22, 2000
  • NA: January 31, 2001
Genre(s) Racing

Woody Woodpecker Racing also known in Japan as Woody Woodpecker no Go! Go! Racing (ウッディ·ウッドペッカー ノー ゴー!ゴー!レーシング, Uddi·uddopekkā Nō Gō! Gō! Rēshingu) is a video game based on the character Woody Woodpecker.[1][2] The game is basically to make 16 different races around the world in the style Mario Kart .

Game Modes[edit]

The game has 4 game types, which are:

Search Mode : In this mode, the purpose is to rescue or search for 3 missing characters are Ms. Meany, Denver and Space Mouse performing for each character, 4 races around the world.

World Championship Mode : This mode is similar to a drink, as you have to make 4 runs against all the characters to get the highest score according to the positions you have achieved during your participation in racing. Having completed the 4 races corresponding possessing the highest score wins. This mode allows you to choose the level of difficulty: easy, medium, hard and expert.

Career Mode against time : as the name says, this mode is to make a career "against the clock", your goal is to travel a race track in the shortest time possible to place a record. This mode is alone, i.e. without rivals.

Solo Mode : This mode allows you to make any career you've chosen using any participant, whether normal or those who have recovered.

Characters used[edit]

Standard:

Specials:

Countries used[edit]

Here is the list of some countries that were used in each race:

Normal races:

Special race:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Woody Woodpecker Racing". IGN. Retrieved 2011-11-23. 
  2. ^ "Woody Woodpecker Racing Review". GameSpot. Retrieved 2011-11-23.