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Aptus Mini-Motion Cars of Fury Game is I4U Top 100 Gift Tip #38

Sep 25 2008, 8:12am CDT | by

Aptus Mini-Motion Cars of Fury Game is I4U Top 100 Gift Tip #38
 
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When it comes to the holidays people are always looking for something cool that won't break the bank. Aptus has a new line of video games that come bundled with cool controllers that fit the low cost and cool requirements.

The game sells for $19.99 and includes a game disc that streams all game content meaning no installation is required. Both Mac and PC's are supported. The coolest part of the game is the Mini-Motion controller that looks like a car that is used to control the game action.

The Cars of Fury title is rated "E" for everyone and has players racing RC cars and trying to destroy their opponents as they navigate jumps and turns. If racing games aren’t exactly what you are looking for, several additional titles will be available as well.

For Whom:

Mini-Motion Cars of Fury is perfect for any kid (or adult) on your shopping list who likes to play games with unique controls.

The Good:

  • Cheap
  • Cool controller

The Bad:

  • Graphics likely not that great

Where to Buy:

Order your Mini-Motion game and controller here.

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