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Demolition Derby 3, Racing, 2018



Developer: Beer Money Games

Publisher: Beer Money Games

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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Pictures for this video game were provided by: MTP02

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MTP02 PL (7)

2019-01-02 18:14

Sequel to Demolition Derby 2. Currently 18 playable vehicles and traffics.
I'm not sure should I add the original Demo Derby from the same developer.

solarriors CH (14)

2019-01-03 03:46

It is official ?
It looks so cheap, no texture filtering or advanced lightning effects (I do realize it's on mobile but still)

-- Last edit: 2019-01-03 03:49:03

tunedricer CN (220)

2019-01-03 04:02

car list looks pretty nice.

MTP02 PL (7)

2019-01-03 07:03

solarriors wrote It is official ?
It looks so cheap, no texture filtering or advanced lightning effects (I do realize it's on mobile but still)

It's sold for free in Google play

mike.g US (0)

2019-01-03 20:48

solarriors wrote It is official ?
It looks so cheap, no texture filtering or advanced lightning effects (I do realize it's on mobile but still)
On mobile we have to sacrifice some things to do what we do. For example, in a huge city open world that has over 100 AI driven cars with physics and several hundred dynamic objects you can crash into. I cut back on effects because we always say Gameplay over aesthetics. So while making the game, we work to make it fun first and then try to make it look as awesome as possible. As the lead artist, I've seen several reviews want more from visuals, but I've also seen people with older devices praise the game because they get a decent frame rate at normal quality.

That said, we are still working to improve everything and that might be an option down the road. As adding it to the game now, even if it gets disabled at run time for lower/slower settings these effects will still get put into memory and will kill performance on older devices that have a hard time with alpha and other post effects.

For our cars this time around, we took inspiration from several cars and combined them into one. We would have a primary shape with several tweaks from other sources. Some of the cars you named off here are off from our car inspiration list. But all good and entertain guesses.

MTP02 PL (7)

2019-01-03 21:05

mike.g wrote On mobile we have to sacrifice some things to do what we do. For example, in a huge city open world that has over 100 AI driven cars with physics and several hundred dynamic objects you can crash into. I cut back on effects because we always say Gameplay over aesthetics. So while making the game, we work to make it fun first and then try to make it look as awesome as possible. As the lead artist, I've seen several reviews want more from visuals, but I've also seen people with older devices praise the game because they get a decent frame rate at normal quality.

That said, we are still working to improve everything and that might be an option down the road. As adding it to the game now, even if it gets disabled at run time for lower/slower settings these effects will still get put into memory and will kill performance on older devices that have a hard time with alpha and other post effects.

For our cars this time around, we took inspiration from several cars and combined them into one. We would have a primary shape with several tweaks from other sources. Some of the cars you named off here are off from our car inspiration list. But all good and entertain guesses.

I agree with you.

solarriors CH (14)

2019-01-04 04:37

There was a confusion on my end, I was referring to the original Destruction Derby released on PSX. There is still a lot of concurrence on the mobile market for every genre.
What engine does this game run on?
The problem you mentionned is not new, and it's still worked upon. There is a key word : Scalability
There are optimisation remaining to be done in the coding of games in our days, one thing would be dynamical FPS, settings/graphics but there is need to improve the computational processes of the assets and code

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