Clever build-your-own-track racer is plagued by glitches.
Common Sense Media
10 November 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a build-your-own-racetrack game geared for kids. Aside from a couple of references to alcohol found on city billboards and some high speed car crashes (which never result in car damage or occupant injuries) there is virtually no questionable content. However, parents should be aware that children may grow frustrated by the game’s many glitches, which can lead to lost races and frozen screens.
Summary: Since I haven’t seen a store willing to admit in the existence of this game, it will likely be hard for anyone to accidentally purchase this game on a whim or for their grandkids. At least that’s one positive thing I can say.
Excerpt: Most racing games that include track editors either are too heavy on the racing, or too heavy on the track editing. A blunt way of putting it is - either the racing is no fun, or the track editor does not work well. Build’n Race has great balance. The racing action is fun, and the track editor is easy to use. There are also enough options in creating ones own race track that it will keep hardcore gamers busy for months.