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Micro Machines V3
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Description

Micro Machines V3 takes the hit racing series to the next level by adding power-ups and weapons to the fray. Now you can grab mines, missiles, and even force-fields to help you beat out the competition. Test your skills racing all the classic miniature Speedboats, Formula 1's, Dune Buggies and more on environments ranging from pool tables to science desks. With all new tracks and insane multi-player action for up to 8 players, Micro Machines V3 will please even the most die-hard racing fans.

Reviews

Review
Written by Kevin Stapf on 01/08/01
Despite its flaws, which include a quirky multiplayer and lack of a battery save, this simplistic game may be the most fun in a racer I have had in a while.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Game Boy
PUBLISHER:
THQ
DEVELOPER:
Novalicious
GENRE: Racing
PLAYERS:   1-8
RELEASE DATE:
November 19, 2000
ESRB RATING:
Everyone
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