Micro Machines World Series - PC
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Micro Machines World Series - PC

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They're Micro. They're Machines. And they're BACK!

Micro Machines World Series will retain the manic social game play of the classic series, but will bring a new dimension to the experience with stunning HD visuals - taking you to the much-loved household environments as they've never been seen before.

As well as bringing to you the classic game modes like Race and Elimination, Micro Machines World Series will introduce a new style of game play to the series: Battle Mode. The all-new Battle Arenas will allow you to wreak mass destruction on a miniature scale against your friends or the AI. Meanwhile, Team Play lets you work together using your vehicles' unique skills with modes such as 'King of the Hill' or 'Capture the Flag'!

The game's been designed around fun and frantic play at every turn, meaning there will never be a dull moment on the racetrack or in the arena. Micro Machines World Series is the ultimate pick-up-and-play experience for players of all ages and abilities, offering intuitive, easy-to-learn controls that make the controller impossible to put down.

  • Supports up to 12 players online and four players on the same screen
  • A variety of racing and battle environments
  • 12 vehicles with unique weapons and abilities
  • Massive range of customisation options.

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PEGI 7+

PEGI 7+: Would normally be considered a 3 but contains potentially frightening scenes, “implied violence” or include “non-realistic violence towards fantasy characters”. Very mild non-realistic violence to humans may feature.  Any game that would normally be rated at 3 but contains some possibly frightening scenes or sounds may be considered suitable in this category.

This game is rated by Games rating authority and PEGI

The Chelsea Gamer and the Video Standards Council