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Whiplash is a demolition game much like Destruction Derby. The game is set in the near future, and covers the successor of today's touring car racing. Eight major car manufacturers, including Auto Ariel,
Million Plus and Reise Wagen compete with cars resembling old Renault Meganes and Ford Escorts with a paint job. Oh, and there are loops and corkscrew jumps, and you get points for blowing up other
The driving model is halfway between the first Destruction Derby and the first Screamer. Cars with good handling can navigate most tracks at maximum speed, while the others tend to oversteer easily and
need every inch of the track. Taking damage slows your car down and causes smoke and flames to spill out, at which point it would be a good idea to stop in the pit lane and wait for your car to be restored
to peak condition.
The game contains eight readily available tracks, eight hidden tracks and another eight unfinished 'bonus league' tracks. The tracks themselves are of quite wicked design, with jumps, corkscrews,
corkscrew jumps, loops, moving speedbumps and narrow bridges with no guardrails.
On higher difficulties and especially on high car damage, even just staying alive on some of the tracks becomes a challenge despite the fact that everyone has three lives. The AI loves to creep up on
slower cars and hit them from behind until they explode, or rocket through the pitlane at top speed, knocking the poor fools waiting for repairs back onto the track with a sliver of life left. Occasionally, an AI
driver may even decide to turn around and head back down the track in the wrong direction. Lots of fatalities ensue.
In the end Whiplash is a fun 'survival racer' romp and a good nostalgic throwback to mid 90s racing games.