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Petit Prix is the smallest 11-player racing game ever, probably

Finger on the button

Petit Prix is the smallest 11-player racing game ever, probably
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For the past month or two, the barmy two-man team Major Bueno has been on a van tour, visiting various game creators around Europe.

When they arrive, they create a quick collaborative game with their host before speeding off to their next stop. It's quick games made in 48 hours or less.

The game that Major Bueno made with ex-Game Oven (Bounden, Fingle) fella Adriaan de Jongh is called Petit Prix. And it's ridiculous in all the right ways.

Up to 11 people can play it on a single screen. Yep. They each have a button that they press to control a car on a tiny screen inside the game.

Petit Prix

You can steer the car with tiny movements of your finger. So, yeah, getting around the track is very difficult. But winning isn't the fun part here anyway.

That belongs to randomly smacking into each other's cars so that they destruct. This is a last-person standing type of racer - destruction derby played with a single finger.

You can download Petit Prix for free on the App Store if you want to give it a shot. Make sure to grab some friends. Lots of them.