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Kart Sim officially Steam Greenlit.

Kart Sim

Kart Sim officially Steam Greenlit.

Kart Sim Steam Greenlight
A few weeks ago Zach Griffin revealed his plans to bring his Kart Sim simulation to the Steam Greenlight platform.  A Steam Greenlight campaign is a way for Steam users to help promote which games should be added to the service. Developers are able to submit information about their games, as well as early builds or beta versions, for consideration by users. Users can pledge support for these games, and Valve will help to make top-pledged games available on the Steam service.

Today Zach Griffin is happy to announce that Kart Sim is now now officially ‘Greenlit’. Zach reports that he is hard at work at the moment to make the Kart Sim Early Access version available on Steam as soon as possible, and that he will keep us informed with a more detailed update in the next few days. 


Hi All,

We did it! A massive thank you to everyone who voted; we are now officially ‘Greenlit’. As you can imagine, things are quite crazy at the moment so I’ll be adding a more detailed update in the next few days as to what this means, our next steps and when you can get your hands on the game. Thanks again everyone, we’re nearly there!

Zach Griffin

KartSim is a multiplayer kart racing game with sandbox stunt driving and serious racing game modes. You will be able to create and customize the Karts and drivers to build your own exclusive team by means of custom liveries, helmets and team accessories. Kart Sim features real kart physics and will simulate the flex of the Kart chassis.This chassis flex will behave as a damage model so so might and up with a bent chassis due to your driving style. By the time of launch Kart Sim will feature five laser scanned tracks and five different karting classes. Once the Early Access version is released more content will be added, and the game will be upgraded with AI and a Multiplayer mode.

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