On Stream:https://store.steampowered.com/app/673190/AllStar_Fruit_Racing/

About This Game

Go bananas for a jaw-dropping, lightning-fast kart racer for all ages and abilities! All-Star Fruit Racing propels players into vibrant worlds filled with incredible action: drift through looping bends, soar over monumental jumps and defy gravity itself around tubular tracks in an explosively colorful racer bursting with championships, modes and awe-inspiring sights!

Jump into a bumper career mode!

Pick your favourite character and battle for the first place trophy in a series of testing championships. Balance speed and skill as you battle nine other racers in a frantically fruity scrap for the podium and the all-important winner’s prizes, unlocking new characters, championships and kart parts along the way!

Master all the modes!

Called yourself the champion of the champion? The journey has just begun! Create Custom Championships and select between three different difficulty settings and speeds to fine-tune your challenge, or dive into a range of different gametypes including Dragster races, Hill Climbs, Elimination races, Time Attacks and even modifier-filled modes that rewrite the rulebook!

Dominate the seasons!

Burn rubber in 21 incredible courses spread across five stunning worlds: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter and Special Islands. Speed up volcanoes, around the twisting bodies of giant snakes and between giant, kart-crushing snowballs on some of the craziest racing tracks ever imagined!

Fire up The Juicer!

Bruise your foes (and their egos) by unleashing devastating fruit-based moves with the innovative Juicer power-up system. Collect different types of fruit as you race to fill up The Juicer’s liquid tanks, then custom-combine your juice tanks’ power to let loose a combo power-up. Will you let loose a volley of different power-ups, or save all of your fruit power until your unique Mega-Juice move’s ready to help you reach first place?

Take on friends and family!

Don’t race alone! Share the All-Star Fruit Racing fun with everyone in two-, three- and four-player split-screen action!

Challenge the whole world!

Race against others from across the globe in eight-player online showdowns!

Customize your kart!

Unlock new parts as you play to help you redesign, rebuild and recolour your dream ride. It’s not just about winning – it’s about winning with style, and over 32,000 possible kart combinations await so your perfect vehicle is just a tinker in the Garage away…
    Minimum:
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: 64 bit Windows 10 / 8 / 7
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz / AMD FX-8150 3.6GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 550 Ti / Radeon HD 6790 2GB VRAM*
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard
    • Additional Notes: * Laptop versions of graphics cards may work but are not officially supported. Steering wheels not supported.
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hooking

Posted: January 14, 2018
Early Access Review

My 5 year old daughter really loves this game. It’s slick and fun for her.

My feedback for improvements:
– The UI is not that intuative for a 5 year old (not your target market i know) but removing a few of the are you sure and confirmation prompts would go a long way to improving the experience.
– The ability for her to catch up vs the AI racers is very hard making the experience less enjoyable. Improving this when the player is very behind would make the game for fun for kids. Some form of rubberbanding. The games difficulty seems fine as she can win sometimes but if she makes a mistake, it’s very hard to catch up.

– I feel some of the character animations are over used – specifically thinking of the one when going over a big jump, the character waggles their legs in a funny way. Not that bad but looks silly every time.

Overall the game is great and have really enjoyed it so far.

mr.Blonde

Posted: September 4, 2017
Early Access Review

The game is fun and the IA is really challenging! I just won the first career cup and I enjoyed a lot playing All Star Fruit Racing!
There are some minor issues with some special moves but i really like the Juicer and i definitely want to master it!
Cannot wait for the online mode!
Good job guys, really look forward to the future updates!

You

Posted: September 26, 2017
Early Access Review

Definately one of the better, non-Mario, Kart Racing games I’ve played.
I will probably always prefer Mario Kart to this but Mario-Kart, multiplayer isn’t on steam.
So this is a good time if:
– You don’t have mario-kart and friends with Mario-kart.
– You have a few online or local friends to play with.
– You don’t have either of the above and you really like playing kart games (because the AI is decent, not great).

One final point regarding VR.
You can play in VR but I it’s very half-baked and it has a lot of issues.
However, if they did make the VR work better (first-person, full menu support, etc.), then I think this kart racer would sell VR systems.

Duck Tec 7

Posted: July 14, 2018
Finally out of early access, this is the best 2018 Kart game so far.

I recommend because the gameplay is really tight and imaginative, great visuals, great content + great music.

Look no further if you seek a karting game this year.

Nihilum

Posted: September 5, 2017
Early Access Review

The best kart game you can find.
If you have ever played and loved CTR or Mario Kart, then this is a must have.

Pros:
-Amazing art style, graphics and hub;
-You can create and personalize your own karts;
-Funny while playing alone, amazing if played with friends;
-Smart AI;
-Tracks are very inspired;
-Power ups are well balanced and there’s no blue shell like in mario kart (luckily);
-Low price.
-The in game music is so catchy.

Cons
-Some tracks are just ΒΌ mile-like, and it’s really a pity because they are so cool that you’d like them to be regular tracks instead of a race from point A to point B;

RedtheCrimson

Posted: September 8, 2017
Early Access Review

To the point, ASFR feels shallow.

Yeah, it controls alright and it looks GREAT, but the characters, abilities, and mechanics that are in great racing games like Mario Kart Double Dash or Blur are not present here. There’s a weak drift system that can easily be abused, abilities that lack oomph or even discernable effects, characters who don’t have faster or slower traits or even special vehicles, and sound that seems to wash things out so that you don’t even FEEL like you’re going fast, or FEEL like your ability really ruined someone’s day.

On abilities, some are pretty useless, while others can single-handedly guarantee you last place. The theme of the game is fruit, yet many of the generic abilities have NOTHING to do with fruit. Again, they feel really weak, and you have no control of aiming them. You can’t shoot behind you unless that ability is MADE to shoot behind you. Very limiting. Plus, to use an ability, you need to essentially pick up pips and charge it. That’s not bad, but with the lack of payoff for ability EFFECTIVENESS, it feels pointless..

Overall, there really doesn’t feel to be a depth to this game. For as amazing as the characters and world looks, that’s a shame. The balancing and uniqueness of the characters and abilities needs more work as well. I’ll keep playing for sure, but as of now there really isn’t much enjoyment in it :/

Herby

Posted: November 14, 2017
Early Access Review

Finally a decent kart game for PC.
Bright, colorful and creative art design.
Beautiful well-designed tracks and characters.
You can customize your kart, if you are into that, otherwise you can chose a pre-designed one or randomize the look.
I really like the Juice Extractor System (the Juicer); it’s unique and adds a strategic element to the game.
Fun to play split-screen with friends.

Ardeof

Posted: November 23, 2017
Early Access Review

Review as of November 26, 2017:

Early Access Review: The game runs fairly well, there are a couple issues when it comes to bumping into sides and such. Performance needs to be improved for higher end systems, as even when running at a pegged 60fps the game can seem choppy still. Even in the menu shifting around, some things take a while to load along with other issues. Should be early access/server side things that will likely get resolved by the time it releases.

There are a couple things i’d like to see introduced into the game, the main one being Tire tracks. Going along the ground should create tracks in the ground (shape being based on the tire type), especially along mud and snow etc. Whether the tracks stay on the track until the end of the race or are just temporary is up to the devs, but it would be nice to see to give it that bit of extra "next generation" feel to the game.

Content: There is an okay amount of content. There could be more cups to make up for the quick 1/1 races that show up quite often. I’d guess in order to finish "Career" with full gold it’d take about 5~6 hours. Aside from "Career" there is "Time Attack" as well which could take much longer depending on your skill and how quickly you learn the piston modes and how/when to drift in those. That’s not really content though, just a different experience. Still worth mentioning to those who would expect no less from a Kart racing game.

Online: I’ve hosted occasionally and haven’t noticed anyone join yet. This could be because of no one being able to actually join Online, or just a lack of players looking to race (sometimes my hours are a bit off compared to what is likely the peak time for All-Star Fruit Racing). I’ve seen videos of people playing in co-op at the least, so that’s a start. Unfortunately as it is, playing with others online (not co-op) is either a rare sight or just not possible.

Tali’Zorah vas Nerd

Posted: December 24, 2018
I’ve always wanted to play Sugar Rush from Wreck-it Ralph, and this is the closest I’ve ever been.

Worth it.

Blushing Boo

Posted: July 13, 2018
Oh god i thought i wouldnt see snaking again for the rest of my life but then this game comes along and lets you buffer drifts long enough to constantly switch between drifting directions, essentially letting you easily drift on a straight line.