Collect Chinese Yuan in your rice-fund, feel the acceleration of the 6.0 V8 and power your way through traffic when you hit the CARNAGE mode. Ram cars. Too much crashing simply releases the missile and causes a massive nuclear explosion.
Ling (as seen on TV show Dragons' Den) is a Chinese immigrant to the UK and this shows in her driving style (she really does own a Zil 131!). In real life Ling leases brand new cars at cheap prices to big kids (ie middle-aged men) in the UK. But she says "even Americans can play my game, the truck is an auto. No clutching".
"It was hard to decide between using my little Tank and my Nuclear Missile Truck in my game, but in the end, common-sense won", she says. "Clinging to the rocket while swerving down the M25 is entirely realistic, as is the rest of the gameplay".
"Avoid the roadworks or crash" advises Ling. No driving licence necessary... "in fact it helps if you have never driven before", she adds.
"Anyone who complains about this game needs their head testing!", Ling warns. "It's a world-beater. Drive, Crash, Die, Win. What more could anyone want?"
Thanks, Ling. Great game. Death is not funny, so we would like to make clear that no one actually dies in the LINGsCARS game.
LINGsCARS driving game bears no resemblance whatsoever to “Stunt Guy - The Getaway”. Apart from any similarities.