Mario Kart meets Family Guy: New Apple Arcade exclusive hits the gas

In “Warped Kart Racers” you can climb into the small racing car with figures from Seth MacFarlane and other Fox series. The game is available on Apple’s subscription service.

 Mario Kart meets Family Guy: New Apple Arcade exclusive hits the gas

The cartoon -Series “Family Guy” not everyone finds it funny: random jokes, semi-tasteless smuts and made-up stories of the “hero” Nevertheless, Peter Griffin has been forcing many television owners to switch on since 1999. Now the show has made it into an exclusive game for Apple devices along with other formats from 20th Television – most notably those created by Seth MacFarlane.

Like “Mario Kart”, only different

At “Warped Kart Racers” At first everything screams for a bad clone of the classic “Mario Kart”. However, if you look at the game, it is surprisingly exciting: instead of the mustache plumber, the princess or Bowser, Peter Griffen and Co. are behind the wheel and making life difficult for themselves. The developers also make no effort to deny the great role model.

“Warped Kart Racers” (iOS) offers a bunch of colorful racetracks, power-ups, crazy weapons and manageable driving challenges. There are long jumps with hang gliders, kart mods and whatever else you would expect from a kart game. There is also a large dose of humor from “Family Guy”, “American Dad!”, “King of the Hill” and “Solar Opposites!”.

Subscription required, but without annoying

“Warped Kart Racers” is a successful “Mario Kart” clone. Not only, but also because Nintendo with “Mario Kart Tour” has a fun, but also badly reduced own offer for iOS. The clone is insanely closer to the original on gaming consoles.

Because the game is released as part of Apple’s Apple Arcade subscription, there are also no disruptive microtransactions, add-on purchases, or advertisements. The fun karting game runs on iPhones, iPads, iPod touch, Mac and Apple TV HD and 4K. Apple Arcade, which regularly adds new top titles that also do not require in-app sales, costs around five euros a month.

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