I would definitely prefer something with a better sense of weight, with collisions that feel real. Something more like previous FlatOut custodian Bugbear’s authentic, slower, and more tactical approach with its similarly destruction-centric racer Wreckfest, even if that game has been in Steam Early Access for going on 400 years now.
Even an Italian review site about Playstation games has used it.Can't believe how they didn't even think "but I've never seen those cars and graphics in the game, it's probably a mistake!".
Quote from: TheEngiGuy on March 18, 2017, 01:11:15 AMEven an Italian review site about Playstation games has used it.Can't believe how they didn't even think "but I've never seen those cars and graphics in the game, it's probably a mistake!".Oh nice, after pointing that out they kindly changed it
Speaking of someone else using BugBears Intellectual Property - there are mobile apps out there that look like a copy-&-paste job of the tech sneak peak from BugBear. Not sure if this is allowed or already stealing BugBears IP. Apparently the games are free, but as far as I read, there are integrated ads - so I guess the guy who made this is making money with it? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.CNS.CarCrashMDhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.CNS.CrashSimulatorThe description mentiones "next car game & beam-ng styled game" Just wanted to let Bugbear know.
You can't just port a PC game to Android, so no, they didn't steal the tech demo. They did steal the cars though, but Bugbear doesn't own the rights anyway so there's nothing they can do about it.
But they did steal map of tech demo and props, which are property of Bugbear.