Formula Cartoon All Stars Review (Wiko Rainbow): Kart Racing With Cartoon Network Characters, Not so Good Controls (Video)

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  • 11 Dec 2014
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  • It was always a dream of mine to race around a karting track using characters from the best Cartoon Network shows. And alas, such a game exists and it’s called Formula Cartoon All Stars. The game is available for free and you can download it here.

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    We played it on the Wiko Rainbow handset and it’s a racing kart title, with currencies like coins and gems included. There are tournaments included and a special Adventure mode. You can tweak the look of your ride in a variety of ways, including modifications of the body, exhaust, wheels and more. Users will also be able to upgrade the acceleration, speed and turbo and choose a driver, including the likes of Dexter, Johnny Bravo, Powerpuff Girls and the little guys from Adventure Time.

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    The game’s graphics are quite nice and characters are cute and well rendered. The type of game reminds me of Reckless Racing 3, but it’s not exactly a clone. The controls are a bit tough and they’re based on a steering wheel shown on the screen. You can pick up weapons from the track, a shield and set traps for the other racers. You will compete versus 5 characters, all of them driving colorful karts.

    You can tap to accelerate and I have to say that I find the camera view a bit bothersome in this title. Graphics are 3D and cartoonish and the background music is honestly annoying. There are 75 tracks included, a ton of characters and fun traps to play with. You can also customize a kart with 100 parts or so. We give this game an 8 out of 10 and it’s quite fun, but control is a downer.

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