First look: Lagsters
Boolat Games launches an official Web site for its previously unannounced futuristic racing game.
Boolat Games has recently launched an official Web site for a previously unannounced racing game named Lagsters. Set in the future, the game will see up to eight players racing well-armed vehicles around tube-based circuits attempting to earn money that can be used to pay entry fees for subsequent races and to upgrade their vehicles.
In addition to being able to upgrade the engine and the weaponry on their chosen vehicles, players will be able to spend money on shields, onboard computers, turbo boosts, and wheels. Money will be awarded for inflicting damage on opponents, as well as for winning races, and so it'll be up to players to decide how they want to play the game and then kit out their chosen car accordingly.
Lagsters will boast no less than 36 different circuits in total, divided into four championships in the single-player game. The game will also feature network support for up to eight players, and there'll be several different multiplayer games to choose from, including fox and hounds, survival race, and two-team race.
No release date or publisher has been announced for Lagsters at this time, but we'll bring you more information on the game as soon as it becomes available.
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