D-Unit Drift Racing
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Sorry about that, just trying to curry a little favour with the guy who apparently wrote this game. Please don't smite me for the comments I'm about to write, Oh Father Of All Lies And Shitty Budget Games.. considering what I've done to the Mormons over the years, I think You owe me one.

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Sick, mate, sick, subwoofa.

D-Unit Drift Racing is hideous. I picked one of the unlocked tracks at random, and the road was pink. My assumption is that it was some sort of attempt to ape the neon lighting you get in these kind of riceboy fantasy racers, but it made no sense compared to the rest of the background scenery. The cars control like pats of butter on a frypan which is, I suppose, good for drifting, but not when it's inevitably into 90 degree turns slamming into the sides of the track. The music? Aside from one track, the rest of them sound like someone kidnapped Aphex Twin, force fed him angel dust and cough syrup, then punched him in the head seven times and asked him to write something "awesome, dude". If you value your immortal soul, stay the hell away. Even well implemented games of this type are shit - what do you expect from something like this? Not even entertainingly bad, just bad.

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