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I received a used copy of Wreckage a couple of days ago. Mad Max-style arena car combat. Unlike other car combat games I’ve tried, this one has very straight-forward, simple movement. Although the physics are not as realistic as other such games, the movement is fairly fast-paced. Damage and weapons are straight-forward, using a ruler for range and randomly-drawn cards to decide damage. The original components are decent-looking, and you can easily make your own vehicles from Hot Wheels or Matchbox to spruce up the game.
Overall, fun and light. 8/10.
Thanks Rick! Must try this with Matchbox or Dark Future cars one day.