Auto Age: Standoff Launch Giveaway

Alex Santa Maria / September 22, 2017 at 4:19 PM / Blog

Happy Friday! This week’s giveaway is once again shining a spotlight on a new indie game by giving our readers a chance to dive in free of cost. Five copies of Auto Age: Standoff on Steam are up for grabs, and anyone interested in some local multiplayer car combat fun should jump on this opportunity.

Although my recent review was less than flattering, players who know what they’re getting into should still have a blast with this 80s inspired driving game, and there is certainly fun to be had.

I quickly got back into the old rhythms of driving in circles and cornering foes. Once I accomplished that, unloading my pea shooter and special weapons until they were vaporized was the order of the day. These specials include missiles with smoke trails and autofire cannons that were each on a brief cooldown to avoid spamming. I had the most fun with deployable weapons, as it’s pretty easy to steal a few kills by dropping a turret into a chaotic fight before zooming away.

Auto Age Standoff Giveaway

So, complete those social actions, cross your fingers, and you could be loading into a custom death car and fighting Dark Jaw before our own apocalypse. Stay tuned to TechRaptor every week for new giveaways spotlighting the best in indie and F2P games.

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Alex Santa Maria

Reviews Editor

TechRaptor's Reviews Editor. Resident fan of pinball, Needlers, roguelikes, and anything with neon lighting. Owns an office chair once used by Billy Mays.