PC - Windows
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About this game
Developer: Saber Interactive
Content Rating: Everyone
Spintires: MudRunner is the ultimate version of the million-seller hit Spintires. Drive incredible all-terrain vehicles, venturing across extreme landscape! It’s not just an enhanced edition, it’s the ultimate off-road experience!
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- OS: Windows Vista/7/8/10
- Processor: Intel® Core 2 Duo 2.5GHz or equivalent
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470 or equivalent
- Storage: 1 GB available space
- Additional Notes: INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED FOR GAME ACTIVATION AND ONLINE GAME. Gamepad Microsoft Xbox Controller for Windows. Confirmed Steering Wheel support for Logitech G25/G27 - Other models have not been tested. This game is a 32-bit application.
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Spintires: MudRunner doesn’t make a lot of sense on the surface. “Drive slow, deliver logs” isn’t the usual recipe for a good time. It works amazingly well once you get used to it, though, and while there’s a learning curve, it’s one that takes place in untamed nature where you’re driving giant trucks through the mud. The terrain ranges from unfriendly to downright brutal, with rocky ground, standing water, muddy roads, and tire-grabbing ruts absolutely everywhere.
This game should not be fun. It has almost everything except its phenomenal mud and vehicle physics working against it. Often unfriendly to the point of misery, Mudrunner asks a lot from those who chose to engage it, but like many classic tough games, success simply feels sweeter. The music choices and achievement prompts are straight out of a PS1-era extreme sports title, but hearing the faint sound of butt rock as you near a lumber mill with your final load of logs re-invigorates you like seeing light after eons of darkness.
Spintires: MudRunner is a well-thought out and obvious improvement over the original in a number of ways. The physics feel tight and loose where they need to be, the new vehicles are genuinely fun to explore and drive, and the overall look of the game gets down and dirty in the best of ways for an off-road delivery simulator.