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In '''Jetpack Race''', players competes to reach the finish line using jetpacks.
In '''Jetpack Race''', players competes to reach the finish line using jetpacks
Revision as of 12:07, 26 February 2009
| W:A replay: An example of a Jetpack Race game|
with Deadcode, Wyv and orbik; taken from Worm Olympics
|Download · Info|
|Specially designed Jetpack Race or Rope Race map|
Examples at the WMDB
|In FuelTrial, number of worms determines the number of attempts; in standard race 1 worm|
In Jetpack Race, players competes to reach the finish line using jetpacks. In standard race, the one who first flies into the finish is the winner. Players lines up on start, selects jetpack and carefully makes their way through the labyrinth. A turn can be divided to 2 parts with different moving technique. First part is not time-limited and is up to a player to economize the fuel usage to travel the maximum distance. When the fuel is almost all used, the player drops a weapon, which gives him 30 seconds additional time and the second part of the turn begins, in which the player has these 30 seconds to get as far as possible, now without fuel limitation. If someone does an unintentional block, other players skip their turns and allow the blocker to move out of the way and then the game continues.
In Fuel-Trial Jetpack Race, winner is the player who consumes less fuel in one run (1 or more laps). The fuel is unlimited and the counter is counting up.
Editing jetpack fuel was introduced in Beta Update version 188.8.131.52.