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Mad Tracks

Platform(s): PC, Xbox 360
Genre: Racing
Publisher: D3Publisher of America
Developer: Load Inc.
Release Date: May 30, 2007

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'Mad Tracks' (ALL) Unlocking Issue Gets Patched

by Rainier on June 12, 2007 @ 2:06 p.m. PDT

Mad Tracks is an action-packed toy-car racing game, with toy cars powered by spring engines. Races are set in everyday places, like toy stores, mini-golf parks, and restaurants.

Today at 10am EST Microsoft released a patch for the first XBLA racing title Mad Tracks, published by D3Publishing and developed by Load Inc. This update corrects an unlocking issue that was preventing some players from progressing in the game. This light update will automatically install at title launch and will have no side effect.

Players can race through 15 challenges consisting of nine mini-games and six different races behind the wheel of one of 12 sleek compact cars. ?Mad Tracks,? from Load Inc., features 12 power-ups to keep engines revved up and players in the fast lane ahead of the competition.

Whether it's in the kitchen, living room, ballroom or open road, players can opt to burn rubber just about anywhere, and share the lanes with up to three other drivers in frantic multiplayer racing action Be sure to buckle up for both Championship and Arcade modes, as Mad Tracks offers a high-definition, 3D racing experience to remember.

Game Features

  • 15 distinct challenges (6 races & 9 mini-games) provide a full-fledged racing game experience
  • 12 stackable power-ups (rockets, freezer, oil drop, EMP and more!)
  • 12 sleek looking cars to choose from
  • 4 player online multiplayer
  • Championship mode & Arcade mode

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