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This is a flash game re-make of the Micro Machines racing game first released by the Codemasters Group in 1991 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. If you are good at racing, you will play very well and have fun in the game. Once it starts, you will be located on the floor of a room. There have oranges, cookies and socks on the floor. This track of the racing is made of little cookies. You can use the arrows keys to speed up and grasp the direction. Your racing car is very small but has good motors. You can have a very high speed. There are three laps in one level. When you finish level one, you will come into level two in which you will drive a boat to racing. Have Fun!
Do you miss those good old birds eye view car racing games, and do you also enjoy to play a fun flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the classic Micro Machines game online for free. Am I right? ;)
Use the Arrow Keys and mouse to click start.
Car racing games have been the staple of most hardcore arcade gamers diets going all the way back to Atari's Hard Drivin or Sega's popular Out Run titles, both games that helped set the standard for this particular genre. The Micro Machines game was first released by the Codemasters Group in 1991 for the Nintendo Entertainment System and then was subsequently ported onto a long list of other games consoles before spawning a long line of follow on titles, each equally as popular as the last. The whole idea for the game was modeled after an already successful line of miniature toy vehicles (Micro Machines) which had already been around for years as cool toys for boys. These trendy little items came as cars, buses, boats, helicopters and fire engines and provided the starting point for a great car racing game that allowed kids who already enjoyed collecting the models, to actually race them around a track in real life. While most racing game developers were trying to adapt their games into a more realistic 3-D style that gave the player a first person front seat in a car, Micro Machines went for a completely 2-D birds eye view of the cars and the track. To add an even more unique and fun aspect to the game-play the racing tracks were made up of messy dining room tables, snooker tables, messy kids rooms and other creative backdrops. The courses became more like obstacle courses rather than a standard circuit, meaning players had to dodge falling bookshelves, leap over playing cards, avoid snooker pockets and watch out for spilt milk puddles. To top it off you could go from driving classic race cars, to speeding around swimming pools in speed boats to flying in helicopters over back gardens. Gamers had never seen anything like it at the time and it gave them a break from other company's game releases which were nothing short of terrible attempts at creating 3-D racers before their time.
According to WikiPedia Micro Machines are a line of toys originally made by Galoob (now part of Hasbro) in the mid-1980s and throughout the 1990s. Galoob licensed the idea behind Micro Machines from Clem Heeden, an American toy inventor from Wisconsin. Micro Machines were tiny scale component style "playsets" and vehicles that were slightly larger than N scale. Many different styles of Micros were made including all the popular cars and trucks of the times, trains, emergency vehicles, tanks, boats, airplanes, helicopters, and motorcycles. Micro Machines were featured in the 1990 Christmas movie Home Alone, starring Macaulay Culkin. In the movie, Culkin's character sets dozens of Micro Machines at the bottom of a flight of stairs as a hazard for a pair of bungling burglars.