Micro Machines I & II: Twin Turbo (Nintendo Game Boy Color, 2000)
Micro Machines I & II: Twin Turbo (Nintendo Game Boy Color, 2000) - Tiny cars race through the house in MICRO MACHINES 1 AND 2: Twin Turbo. Take 15 vehicles including jeeps, helicopters, tanks, speedboats, and sports cars onto 60 different tracks like the breakfast table, the garden, and the pool table. Each track has its own obstacles and hazards, so keep your eyes peeled. For example, watch out for the rubber ducks, soapsuds, and whirlpool drain in the bathtub. The biggest hazard is falling off of the track, which costs time and puts you way behind. As an added bonus, there is a Two-Player mode that can be played on one Game Boy: one player uses direction pad and the other uses the buttons to steer his vehicle left or right, the goal being to push the opposition off of the track. With all of the track and vehicle choices, there is plenty to keep you playing MICRO MACHINES 1 AND 2: Twin Turbo.
This game gives new meaning to the phrase Take two, they're small. Micro Machines 1 & 2: Twin Turbo literally gives you two games on one cartridge. This is an unconventional arcade-style racer where the tiny vehicles are seen from a top-down perspective. There are no pit stops to plan for, nor is there oil pressure for you to worry about--just motorized mayhem on a miniature scale. Identical in gameplay, each game in Micro Machines 1 & 2: Twin Turbo offers 24 unique tracks that, from your microperspective, seem enormous! You'll race around gigantic breakfast tables, bathtubs, desks, and gardens. With simple gameplay and quirky, colorful graphics, this game should appeal to gamers of all ages.... More Info
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