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TrackMania final demo released

Digital Jesters' digital crack.

French developer Nadeo has released a final playable demo of TrackMania (reviewed today), which weighs in at 55.9MB and features ten racing and ten puzzle tracks.

For those who haven't read our previous coverage of the title, TrackMania is a simple PC racing game where tasks are split between races, finishing off other people's courses to produce the most efficient route, and designing tracks from the ground up using a multitude of interesting track pieces. It's like the digital equivalent of Scalextric, which is probably why publisher Digital Jesters decided to give away an expensive Scalextric set to celebrate.

If you haven't played the previous beta demo yet, then we really do think you should get your teeth stuck into this one. If it's anything like the last one, it's actually comprised of content that doesn't ship with the full game, so you won't even spoil your appetite.

TrackMania is due out on November 28th priced £29.99.

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