The plan is to deliver a new driving title that can be played in either top-down or isometric viewpoints, with subtle hints at Circuit Superstars or GeneRally imbued within a four-player retro-inspired release.
In single-player, the aim is to rise up the online leaderboards for each track, with the option of morning, midday, evening or night times. There are also adjustable road grip levels across the four distinct areas and 16 tracks.
In keeping with the times, you can select two different engine sounds: Internal combustion or electric. The colour of your car and driver’s helmet can also be customised.
The indie developer has previously created Super Jagger Bomb, The Legend of The Three Lights of Glaurung and Retro Basket Master to name but a few.
Crashy Laps can be added to your Steam wishlist now, with a PC launch expected later in 2023. Porting company JanduSoft is set to work on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and Xbox versions.