HOT WHEELS BEAT THAT GAME Rapid Transit / Off Track / Mid Drift Sets for Free
Put the pedal to the metal and show off your racing skills in “Hot Wheels: Beat That!” Speed, Power, Performance, and Attitude are what determines success here. Choose your car, grab the wheel, and let her rip! Then challenge your friends to “BEAT THAT!” 30 cars authentically modeled directly from Hot Wheels design specs. 12 pulse-pounding tracks and 4 battle arenas. Stunt action with high-flying jumps and high-speed drifting. 5 competitive modes: Race, Eliminator, Rampage, Tournament, and Battle. Collect competitive weaponry as power-ups. Physics-based racing with visible vehicle damage and amazing wipe-outs.
Hot Wheels: Beat That! puts you in control of a tiny toy car and gives you the ability to race around a handful of tracks, competing against other like-minded toys. The only thing that gives this game any personality at all is the fact that the cars are indeed among the pint-sized variety, and there are a number of weapons and devices to employ during a race. That’s the only interesting thing that can be said about Beat That!, because all the other game elements are extremely standard. Everything from the gameplay to the race tracks completely lacks evidence of inspirational design.
The Off Track was Hot Wheels “all-terrain truck” answer to replace the Bad Mudder casting despite the fact that there is the Bad Mudder 2. The original Bad Mudder was discontinued for licensing reasons.
The Mid Drift is a wildly ‘tooned (from cartooned) drift car and a so-called Drop Top. The Drop Tops were introduced in 2005 as flattened, cartoon-like versions of various vehicles. These cars are known to perform well on track sets as they benefit from their low center of gravity. Mid Drift has a similar spoiler placement and basic body layout as the Low C-GT.