Lego Racers (video Game)
Lego Racers is a 1999 racing video game developed by High Voltage Software and published by Lego Media, released for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color, and PlayStation. The player races various characters made of Lego in custom-built go-karts based on the Lego Racers product line in an attempt to become "the greatest Lego racing champion of all-time" by defeating the Rocket Racer. Originally conceived by High Voltage founder Kerry Ganofsky, creative expertese from The Lego Group assisted High Voltage in the game's development after Lego Media agreed to begin production. It was a best-seller, despite being met with mixed to positive reception from critics,. A sequel to the game, Lego Racers 2, developed by ATD, was released in 2001.
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