Factsheet

Developer:
Itsfine Games
Based in Auckland, New Zealand

Release date:
November 2016

Platforms:
PC
Steam

Website:
rattletrap.itsfine.ga

Regular Price:

FREE

Description

GET READY FOR THE CAR-NAGE! Rattletrap Racing is a ridiculous local multiplayer, couch-party racing game, where players will out-maneuver their friends by racing through a round-based track, modified with a series of deadly traps, placed at the start by the same players. Rattletrap Racing delivers a unique racing experience, while giving car enthusiasts the chuckles. Inspired by real life bad cars and racing events with the goal of destroying the cars.

History

Rattletrap Racing is the final year production and second title of Itsfine Games, developed over 8 months. Originally intended for the PlayStation Network, Rattletrap Racing brings a classic arcade-style console game to Steam. Rattletrap Racing is inspired by 24 Hours of Lemons, a race where terrible cars are pitted against each other in a ridiculous race to destroy them. It boasts 9 unique maps with 3 themes and 5 cars inspired by infamously bad models.

Features

  • Pick Your Car
  • Pick Your Tracks
  • Place your Traps
  • Destroy your friendships!

Videos

Beta Trailer YouTube


Images

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About Itsfine Games

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Itsfine Games is an independent game development studio based in Auckland, New Zealand, made up of a diverse international team. With a focus on transparent and open development processes, Itsfine involves their community at every step. The team specialises in experimenting with bright and colourful games, celebrating accessibility and fun for a wide audience.

More information
More information on Itsfine Games, our logo & relevant media are available here.


Rattletrap Racing Credits

Tom O'Brien
Programmer

Claire Barilla
Technical Artist

Brianna Fromont
Art Lead

Dylan West
Programmer

Brian Rochat
Level Designer

Kelsey Scheurich
Programmer


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