Chiki Chiki Boxy Racers Reviews
In the end, Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers is a cute little racer that features a few nifty mini-games but its lack of replay value means that you'll likely play it for a little while then never pick it up again.
While it doesn't offer a whole lot to do and risks getting overshadowed by bigger party racers like Nintendo's own Mario Kart, Chiki Chiki Boxy Racers is good for an afternoon of fun with up to eight players.
Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers is a fun and colorful racing/party game that is a blast to play on your own as you learn the basics, but that is even more fun when you have more people join you in the racing and in the quirky party games.
For a very budget-friendly racer, Boxy Racers delivered a far higher level of quality and polish than I expected, even if not necessarily the challenge. The racing itself reminds me most of the classic RC Pro-AM back on the NES, though this control style is far superior. While experienced racers won't likely struggle to get through all three circuits, if you're able to play against a friend, or online play picks up, I could see where it would make for great competitive racing or simply goofing off in one of the four diverse Battle Modes. There's a fair amount of quality racing in this low-cost title, and I'd love to see more of it… hopefully with a bit higher degree of difficulty.