Collidalot

Grunka Munka

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Collidalot

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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchNov 9, 2018

Publisher: Grunka Munka

Genre: Action

Jet-powered hover cars meet full-speed destruction derby chaos! Strap into the torn leather seat of an apocalyptic jet car and grind for your life! All that is left are jet engines, gravity rails, and glory at full-throttle. Capture the map by painting the rails while you grind. Slam your friends out of the ring or use the map itself to get the best of them. Each ship’s unique ability compliments play styles from defensive to aggressive. Team up or fend for yourself with 1-4 players across 18 maps and 3 game modes, with more coming soon. Collidalot proves there are no friends in the wasteland. - High-speed rail grinding meets destruction derby chaos - Post-apocalyptic jet cars paint rails in our brightly-colored art style - Hard-hitting collisions & epic special moves keep opponents on their toes - Quick, addictive gameplay will keep you coming back match after match to prove who is king of the wasteland
Collidalot - Launch Trailer - Nintendo Switch thumbnail

Collidalot - Launch Trailer - Nintendo Switch

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Reviews

Collidalot is fast, easy to pick up, and hard to put down. The Switch’s local multiplayer catalog is growing rapidly, but Collidalot’s take on bumper-cars-in-the-sky sticks out. Collidalot is cemented as a great complement for games like Towerfall, Ultimate Chicken Horse, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Grunka Munka has done a great job here, creating another unique, memorable Switch multiplayer title.

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While Nintendo Switch has a fair few battle arena style games to its name, Collidalot brings something refreshingly new to the mix with its top-down mixture of melee vehicle combat, rail-grinding and Splatoon-aping painting. The size of each vehicle on-screen and the sheer mayhem of its jet-powered matches does make it a difficult sell in handheld/tabletop mode, but on a TV, this four-player experience really comes into its own. It's a little lacking in modes at launch, and its choice of three vehicles is a little meagre at best (especially for a game aimed at four players), but look past these limitations and you may find your next couch-play obsession.

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