Micro Machines: World Series Arrives on Steam with Day-One Linux SupportSection: Games | Actuality: Unspecified
Micro Machines: World Series is now available to buy on Steam - and it has day-one Linux support.
You may recall we got a little excited when
Micro Machines, Massive Mayhem
If you’re not familiar with the Micro Machines games you’re in for a treat. I spent many hot summers in the 90s driving teeny-tiny mini-vehicles around kitchen worktops, toy rooms, and pool tables.
Micro Machines: World Series has been updated to suit the tastes of a more savvy gamer, picking up online gameplay, new actions, vehicles and customisation, as well as new weapons (including NERF guns, bombs and a hammer).
The game is primarily based around online play with limited single-player offline modes. One drawback to this is, according to a Codemaster’s rep, there is no cross-platform gameplay.
Graphics wise a Radeon HD 5570 (or better) is required, ideally paired with Mesa 7.0.2 (or better). For Nvidia users a NVIDIA GeForce GT 440 is the recommended minimum graphics card, and needs version 375 of the proprietary driver.
Buy Micro Machines: World Series
Steer yourself over to Steam for more details, including pricing, platform details and user reviews.
Edited by: Shekin - 30-06-2017, 17:55