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Danger Zone

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Danger Zone is an all new 3D vehicular destruction game from independent British developer and seasoned genre veterans Three Fields Entertainment. The concept is simple : crash for cash by creating the biggest car crash.

Welcome to the Danger Zone – our new virtual Crash Testing Facility. Step into the shoes of a dangerous driver and survive a variety of challenging crash testing scenarios.

It’s easy to crash, but can you also grab all of the Bonus Pickups?

Powered by Unreal Engine, Danger Zone combines real physical crashes with explosive gameplay. Shunt vehicles into oncoming traffic, take down trailers to shed their payloads and use your explosive “Smashbreaker” to move your vehicle around. The more explosions you cause, the bigger your score.

If you’re feeling burnt out by congestion and jammed roads, take the highway to the Danger Zone. Take your revenge on rush hour traffic. This place is a paradise for those who like their driving flame-grilled.

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Single Player Game Mode featuring 20 unique crash testing scenarios.
Connected Leaderboards allows comparison of player scores for Friends and the whole world.
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http://www.threefieldsentertainment.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 64 bit
  • Processor: Intel i5 3.2GHz / AMD FX 8350
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GTX 750ti / AMD Radeon R7 265
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 15 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Supports game controller, mouse and keyboard and Cloud Saves
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 10 64 bit
  • Processor: Intel i7 3.5GHz / AMD FX 9590
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX970 / AMD Radeon R9 290
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 15 GB available space
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    Danger Zone reviews and comments

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    Microsoft from Deutsch
    Nope! Absolutely not fun! Thought there would be a beautiful Physics engine and properly depleted Cars. Unfortunately, the Damage model (that is, what it actually depends on in such a game) is really ridiculous. The Damage model is as extensive as that OF GTA3. Even Random Games with Cars where it does not matter crashes, however, have better Scrap Cars and I find that quite sad. The Explosions look quite nice but in my Opinion it is simply generally too little to justify the Price. If you are bored after the first Levels, then what is not true with the Game ... The Beginning should catch you and keep it tipping. By the way, the driving controls also feel absolutely spongy and not "round." There are far better Indiegames in this Genre that cost about the same amount but also really specialize in what the Game is all about: Physics and Damage Model. Here you think it's just about Explosions. Think I'm refrying this Game which I haven't had to do for a long time, but here the Price of the Disappointment was really too high.
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    As a burnout fan who didn't leave out any Part of the Row (even the mobile Offshoots for the PsP and iOS), I couldn't get around Danger Zone. Because the crash crossings or the Game Modes have always been the Reason for me to play Burnout. And now it gives them again, the crash crossings from Burnout In a Stand-Alone game. Although the Game seems simple on the surface-for a good High Score you actually have to prove some Heads. A good Crash wants to be tuned correctly: Speed, Angle, order. Actually, Danger Zone is a Bug Game on Steroids. And suddenly you just want to make this one Crossing, just quickly crack this High Score-the Game can certainly motivate. Often it's just the simple Things ... Which would make us feel at things where you made it too easy for yourself in the Game. Of course, there's a small Troop with little Budget on the Grid here. Unfortunately, the Damage model of the Vehicles also fails. It is, in Principle, just a Change in texture. And that's just too easy or too little. In the Original was more Destruction-and the Original is already a few Years old. There are no Particle effects and Debris Parts. Unfortunately, the Crashes do not seem as powerful as in the Original. It is therefore difficult to make a Recommendation. Steam'S Rating System is not helpful. I give a Recommendation at the end of the day: Burnout fans can't get past it anyway. High-score hunters are also likely to find it liked. The Price is perfectly fine. Let everyone else be told: It's just a simple Game ...;)
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