Micro Machines V3
The gaming equivalent ot Honey I Shrunk The Cars, Micro Machines is a fantastic console game that suffers the inevitable multiplayer fall-out from its PC release. With four players in front of a TV set, Micro Machines is utterly addictive, and guiding your miniature vehicles through chemistry sets and pool tables seems completely natural.
On a PC, and due to the fact that it doesn't have Internet options (althoughthere is an eight-player network if you live in a game-friendly office), the game is reduced down to a simple stroll down memory lane, although for a fiver you can do a hell of a lot worse. One final word of warning - if you haven't got a 3dfx card you're going to have to play in software mode, and it doesn't look pretty.
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It appears that Network Technologies is delivering one of the few GB titles that remains true to the console version. As the name implies, you race "micro" vehicles on tracks that range from a dinner table to a pair of pants. There are eight different tracks, 15 vehicles, and an eight-player mode that gives this game the potential to be one of the better GBC racing titles when it arrives this fall.