The Nintendo 64 has seen many racing games, though none are quite like LEGO RACERS. The game, which is inspired by the building block toys, lets players build cars from one of 12 included sets of Legos. There are 24 different tracks to race on, spanning all sorts of imaginative and exciting locations. You can go at it in four racing modes, with the Circuit mode being the most involved. This mode lets you build up points throughout the races, which opens up more tracks and competition. There is also a Time race, which allows you to race against a ghost of your previous performance. The Multiplayer mode lets two people race head-to-head in their own customized vehicles in a split-screen battle. LEGO RACERS features many unique options that, possibly due solely to the Lego license, make it a fresh and original title.
Letting your imagination loose is one of the great joys of LEGO. Nothing beats the fun of building your own toys, which is one of the features in LEGO Media's new fantasy racing game. LEGO Racers lets you create your own race cars, and you don't even have to fake the sound of a high-revving engine!
- Customise your own unique LEGO Car and LEGO Driver
- Challenge up to five other drivers in landscapes based on four LEGO SYSTEM themes.
- A unique power-up system provides players with numerous ways to gain the upper hand
- Discover hidden short cuts and secret pathways that will help you defeat your
Champion challenger and become the best in the ultimate racing test.
Every element of this game is based on LEGO SYSTEM themes, from the cylindrical heads of the miniature drivers to the actual track environments. In all there will be 12 LEGO SYSTEM tracks (plus backward versions), based on four of LEGO's coolest themes: Pirates, Castle, Space and Adventurers. Players will have complete control over the creation of their vehicles, and will even be able to piece together a custom driver to sit behind the wheel. Players must defeat a racing champion in each of the LEGO SYSTEM worlds, with the familiar faces including Alpha Dragonis, Sam Grant, Rob 'n' Hood and Captain Redbeard.
Each champion will have a unique personality and driving techniques.
Power-ups like turbo boosts, oil slicks, and grappling hooks will be available to ruin the day of the other drivers. If you can use these items to overcome the champions' home track advantage, you'll be rewarded with pieces from the
LEGO champ's ride.
By the time you finish all of the LEGO circuits, your car will be sparkling with new pieces stolen from the competition. That's high-stakes racing.
No Wheels Mode
Enter build mode and create a new driver. Now go to the make license screen and enter your driver's name as NWHLS.
Enter build mode and create a new driver. Now go to the make license screen and enter your driver's name as FLYSKYHGH.