Conclusion: I liked Cel Damage. My biggest problems with the game occured in single player mode. As much as I like being beaten unmercifully by a duck in a fedora, it can become frustrating and a bit repetitive after a few rounds. Although I don't see myself playing it everyday, mindless fun with friends adds to the replay value. Games are meant to be beaten, right? This one is hard to do. That is one of the reasons I like “Dominique Trix” so much.
Excerpt: The graphics are the best thing about Cel Damage . The cel shading used in the game's cartoon-like third person perspective are smooth, wonderfully animated, and colorful. The six available characters and their vehicles are all nicely animated, as are the four different areas you can race them in. Sound effects are appropriate for the mayhem that ensues, as characters 'smack' each other, destroying each other's cars, as well as much of the landscape.
Excerpt: Had Cel Damage been an actual TV cartoon, it could have been ripped straight from the television, all characters and their nuances intact, and this game would have been made exactly the same way. That’s not to say that the cartoon would have been any good though, because most cartoon characters have the intelligence and complex thought capacity of flatworms. So it is that the overly eccentric characters in Cel Damage are the same way.