|PC (Microsoft Store)
April 11, 2013
|No later than May 21, 2014
|Microsoft Store page
Doritos Crash Course Go was delisted on PC through the Microsoft Store in mid-May of 2014 according to reporting from TrueAchievements.com. This follows on the heels of Doritos Crash Course 2 which was delisted in April of 2014. Like Crash Course 2, Crash Course Go may have been delisted due to low sales/usage. The games could potentially have been delisted due to expired licensing of the Doritos property though the original Doritos Crash Course remains available as of 2020.
About the Game
Crash Course Go is the Windows 8 version of the highly successful game for XBOX Live, “Doritos Crash Course”. It’s about a game-show game like no other. Run, jump and swing your XBOX Live Avatar through a physics-based world and complete the courses as quickly as possible. Each trial is filled with over-the-top obstacles you must overcome to achieve the fastest time and compare it to your friends on Leaderboards!
It’s a TV Game Show
The game takes place in an over-the-top TV game show with bright colors, studio lights, explosions, audience cheers and heckles. Animations and sound effects are over the top!
Rhythm and Momentum
Your Avatar is alive under your thumb. Controlling your Avatar with a thumb stick feels natural and instinctive. The player doesn’t need to learn how to control their Avatar, it feels natural and responds in the way they expect; jump, bounce and climb from one obstacle to the next in one smooth rhythm.
Friendly Competition and Bragging Rights
In Crash Course you race your Avatar and post your best time on each course. Then, see your course times on Leaderboards, and see the positions of your friends. If you are higher up the list, you can brag, if you are lower down the list, you have incentive to beat them.
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