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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:49pm 02/11/17 | 1 Comments
Adrian Haas loves the slop. Loves it. His father was a mudder, his mother was a mudder. "His mother was a mudder?" What did I just say. Ahem. Obscure Seinfeld reference aside, today we bring you our review of Spintires: Mudrunner, a game we've been keeping an eye on because, well, it looks nuts.

Obsolete cold war vehicles hauling cargo in the hard Siberian wilderness.

These days there’s a simulator for pretty much any activity you can think of, including getting your all-wheel drive vehicle stuck in some mud. Sure Spintires: Mudrunner might look like a truck simulator, but it ain't Mud is the real hero of this game. And it's everywhere. Every surface that isn't water is mud. It clings tenaciously to your tyres and will eventually replace them entirely as you slowly slog your way through the deep and squishy morass. Puddles of standing water and swiftly moving rivers that can overturn and sweep away your truck if crossed incorrectly will cleanse your tyres of the ubiquitous ooze - albeit only for a brief moment.

Because in Spintires: Mudrunner, there’s always more mud.

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Posted 12:56pm 02/11/17
And here's the Seinfeld clip.... my brain works almost exclusively on Seinfeld quotes

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