Coffin Dodgers Reviews
There were elements that I enjoyed about Coffin Dodgers, and the fast-paced action and ragdoll physics led to some crazy races and funny fails. I enjoyed the story mode, especially with its amusing ending. Plus, the final showdown race is brilliant. But the game lacks depth, and doesn’t really have that draw that made me want to keep playing, especially with the omission of online features. In respect of its price I think it is a decent buy, but the game could have been more.
The few pitfalls of Coffin Dodgers are mostly outweighed by its tight racing experience, unique story and characters, and abundance of game modes which help to set it apart and hold its own against other kart racers
Coffin Dodgers is a simple racer but its lack of polish and content make it one that's difficult to recommend to anyone except the most hardcore cart enthusiasts who need to own every game in the genre.
Coffin Dodgers is a kart racing title that could have been memorable if it hadn’t missed so many opportunities. Play if you have a youngin’ and you’re looking for something newer. Otherwise, avoid this title like the black plague of death.
Overall, if you’re in the market for a local multiplayer only kart racer, you might want to look into this game. Of course online play would have been great, and it definitely would’ve given this game more life (no pun intended, I think…), but such is the give/take of small studios.
A Good Concept for a Mobile Game but doesn't work on other platforms that well.
Coffin Dodgers is a poor excuse for arcade racing game. It lacks in every aspect, from handling to sound.
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While I enjoyed playing through Coffin Dodgers to a degree even against the other somewhat lackluster kart racers that have already released on the Switch it fails to differentiate itself significantly. The best hope would be that you and some friends could get some silly enjoyment out of the local multiplayer but that will come down to people’s tastes. While it is good for kicking around and having some fun with for a while aside from the multiplayer angle it won’t likely hold your attention for very long.
Coffin Dodgers is an interesting concept, but the game as a whole falls flat. The lack of content and the general unfinished feeling makes it an overall unsatisfying game to play. With some fairly major patches, Coffin Dodger could be molded into a reasonable cart racer, but the state it was released in is not that. As it stands, there is little reason to play this game.
Coffin Dodgers is a game that could have been the indie analogue to Mario Kart, but instead it's a bland racer with almost no variety or attractive concept. It's as bland as it comes and you're better off saving your money and buying a whole host of better split-screen enabled racers. Don't even give it the time of day.
You won’t lose your soul to Coffin Dodgers, mainly because there’s little reason to linger for long in Sunny Pines. The premise to this race for your soul does more than enough to catch your interest, but the game lacks enough content to keep it alive.
Forget cheating death – after playing this, I welcomed it.