Alien Racers

Alien Racers is an exciting, innovative and yes, addictive, racing game, in which you have to win at an endless sequence of mini-games in real-time to propel your Blobby racer forward. The faster you finish each mini-game, the sooner you will reach the finish line. Get there before your competitors, who are always on the move as well.

If you succeed at a mini-game you will move forward, but if you fail, you will take a step backward. The distance you move (1 to 3 metres) is determined by the difficulty of the mini-game, which is shown on the screen.

If you find a mini-game too hard, you can skip to the next game. The mini-games keep appearing until someone crosses the finish line, or the timer for the race runs out.

Each alien racer has a speed, where 1 is relatively slow, and 5 is fast. Like yourself, however, even fast racers may sometimes take a step backward, or jump on the spot, giving you a chance to win the race.

Sometimes, a giant magnet, a typhoon or an epic monster will appear, pushing racers forward or backward. On occasion, a shape shifting spell is cast by an unseen force, causing your fellow racers to transform into other aliens, so a slow alien may suddenly become a fast one, and vice versa–this is relatively uncommon, though.

Each of the five series features eight races, and the tracks are of varying distances. All eight races of Series A are available to play with a free download. With an in-app purchase (US$1), you will be able to unlock all races in all series.

Gameplay

“Alien Racers is an exciting, innovative and yes, addictive, racing game, in which you have to win at an endless sequence of mini-games in real-time to propel your Blobby racer forward. The faster you finish each mini-game, the sooner you will reach the finish line. Get there before your competitors, who are always on the move as well.

If you succeed at a mini-game you will move forward, but if you fail, you will take a step backward. The distance you move (1 to 3 metres) is determined by the difficulty of the mini-game, which is shown on the screen.

If you find a mini-game too hard, you can skip to the next game. The mini-games keep appearing until someone crosses the finish line, or the timer for the race runs out.

Each alien racer has a speed, where 1 is relatively slow, and 5 is fast. Like yourself, however, even fast racers may sometimes take a step backward, or jump on the spot, giving you a chance to win the race.

Sometimes, a giant magnet, a typhoon or an epic monster will appear, pushing racers forward or backward. On occasion, a shape shifting spell is cast by an unseen force, causing your fellow racers to transform into other aliens, so a slow alien may suddenly become a fast one, and vice versa–this is relatively uncommon, though.

Each of the five series features eight races, and the tracks are of varying distances. All eight races of Series A are available to play with a free download. With an in-app purchase (US$1), you will be able to unlock all races in all series.”

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Rich gameplay

Race: 8 free.
In-app purchase: upgrade to 5series and 40 races.

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Easy and fun

Just 2 minutes per level
Addictive  9 kinds of mini games
Collection awards, Sound effects

Alien Racers
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Tips and Strategy

Alien Racers is an exciting, innovative and yes, addictive, racing game, in which you have to win at an endless sequence of mini-games in real-time to propel your Blobby racer forward. The faster you finish each mini-game, the sooner you will reach the finish line. Get there before your competitors, who are always on the move as well.

If you succeed at a mini-game you will move forward, but if you fail, you will take a step backward. The distance you move (1 to 3 metres) is determined by the difficulty of the mini-game, which is shown on the screen.

If you find a mini-game too hard, you can skip to the next game. The mini-games keep appearing until someone crosses the finish line, or the timer for the race runs out.

Each alien racer has a speed, where 1 is relatively slow, and 5 is fast. Like yourself, however, even fast racers may sometimes take a step backward, or jump on the spot, giving you a chance to win the race.

Sometimes, a giant magnet, a typhoon or an epic monster will appear, pushing racers forward or backward. On occasion, a shape shifting spell is cast by an unseen force, causing your fellow racers to transform into other aliens, so a slow alien may suddenly become a fast one, and vice versa–this is relatively uncommon, though.

 

 

Meet the all-time
Alien Racers champions

 

 

Jim Green

Jim Green

Professional Aliens Racer

As a former international Aliens racer, I won 4 races near Jupiter. Okay, But now in this game, I won 30 races ! It’s better than my actual aliens racer job!

Eri Hayashi

Eri Hayashi

Alien Racers 2020 champion

Eri took home $50 million in prize money and product endorsements last year. When not actually playing Alien racers, she counts her prize money, and arranges it in a grid. This is because she has no friends.

Sven Johnson

Sven Johnson

Author, Alien Racers For Experts

Sven plays so much Alien Racers that he is often hospitalized for fractures of his thumbs. His book is updated frequently with new techniques, and all the other champions read it secretly.

Tiffany Comstock

Tiffany Comstock

Alien Racers Coach

Tiffany coaches professional Alien Racers. Is the rumor that she mentally internalizes the alians’ next movement in her head, so that she recognizes every movements true? Nobody knows.

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 Alien Racers players say

I won only 12 races . Give me the cheat codes already! This game is so much fun. Unless you’re an alien, of course.

— Andy, aged 7

This is such a great game, I play it all the time. That’s what my son told me to say. He’s on the team that built this game, you know. His friends are pretty strange…

–Taka Murakami – CEO “Great mobile game company”

Come on, man. Aliens don’t exist. And even if they do, they don’t look like cartoons, okay? To be honest, I don’t even know why I play this game every night. I wanted to switch to gardening or something, but you can’t do that stuff at night, you see.

—Erika, former NASA cadet

Android

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