Super Toy Cars
Top Critic Average
Super Toy Cars feels like a preview build of a game that is not yet ready for home release.
Super Toy Cars looks cute on the surface, and is fun for a short time, but frustrating collision detection and lack of content stop this from being great. Stick to the classics.
While performance issues in handheld mode are less prevalent, I found the performance in docked mode to be quite frustrating. At times I found the framerate inconsistency to be so jarring it would cause me to have difficulty controlling the car and sometimes even crash.
Super Toy Cars is a decent enough tabletop racer that will have fans of the classics like Micro Machines taking a quick nostalgic trip down memory lane, but it never manages to live up to the games from which it clearly takes its inspiration.
Super Toy Cars could be seen as a modest and cost-effective alternative to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe but to be fair, you really can’t compare the two.
Super Toy Cars, is a title which you shouldn't worry too much about. It's short, forgettable and filled with empty promises, the diversity which developers have promised is non-existent, and tracks, with exception of a couple, feel just like re-skins.
Super Toy Cars is a charming little toy racer with plenty of content.
There is nothing more fun than taking out a member of your family with a missile and then pipping them to the finish!
Super Toy Cars was a lot of fun, and really brought back some great memories. Is it worth the price? You'll have to decide for yourself. Fans of the micro-machines style racing games will find the $10USD more than reasonable, while others might not see the value. Definitely a great time with a couple of friends, but don't expect a free ride without a few hurdles.
Super Toy Cars is not a good game. It's mechanically flawed, unfinished and generally more frustrating than it is fun. So, unless you're itching for a new tabletop racing game and happen to be willing to overlook such issues, this is one to avoid.