Are you looking for a high energy, no-holds-barred, do-whatever-it-takes-to-win racing game? Then Dirty Drivin’ by Specular Interactive and Raw Thrills is right up your alley.
Designed as a combat racing game, you aren’t supposed to just race well, you also need to play a little dirty if you want to stay in front. Choose from 11 customized vehicles which are made to take abuse as well as dish it out. Then race across 7 detailed tracks, both open and closed circuit (you can also unlock mirrored versions of each track which brings the total to 14). Each course features shortcuts, jumps and weapons for you to grab that can give you the advantage. Fill your “Jerk-O-Meter” to unlock more devastating weapons by bashing into other vehicles as you pull up to the side. Top this off by saving your progress with a PIN on the keypad, virtual cash to buy vehicle upgrades and you have one heck of an awesome driving game.
Raw Thrills’ Dirty Drivin’ Features:
– Exclusive to arcades: no conversion exists for home entertainment devices
– Off-road style cabinet with bright marquee lighting
– “Bone Daddy” Hall-Effect lever is used to activate power-ups
– The fluid graphics are shown on a 42″ HD LCD display
– Features licensed music from White Zombie
– 11 devious vehicles with available upgrades in the Gearbox that you spend in-game cash on
– 7 detailed courses PLUS mirrored versions of each track for a total of 14
– Bash your opponents when driving up to the side by making a quick ‘jerk’ to the side on the steering wheel
– Fill up your Jerk-O-Meter to unlock deadly weapons along the race
– Use the PIN Keypad to create a local profile and save your progress
– Link up to 8-units for multiplayer chaos
– Raw Thrills’ Dirty Drivin’ is no longer produced, having been released in 2011. Please call us about availability. All used models pass through PrimeTime Amusement’s “Certified Pre-Owned” program, which guarantees that the game will be completely refurbished and ready to operate upon arrival.
Check out Dirty Drivin’ in action from IAAPA 2012: