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A vehicular combat title, Cel Damage is a light-hearted homage to genre greats, such as Twisted Metal: Black. Blurring the lines between the single and multiplayer modes is the game's loose play structure — three game modes and 12 stages can be played and unlocked by a single player competing against computer-controlled "bots" or against three other players. Violet the demon girl, Fowl Mouth the gangster duck, and many others make up the motley crew of characters available for selection, each of which has a unique default weapon. Desert, Jungle, Space, and Transylvania are the four environment themes on offer, with a total of 12 levels spanning the four worlds. Scattered about each are a host of weapons ranging from the cartoon-inspired black holes and boxing gloves to the more malicious grenades and chainsaw, though, only one weapon can be held at a time. Other controller buttons allow you to honk your horn or taunt the opposing players.
Smack Attack is the only game mode initially selectable and requires players to reach a predetermined number of points. Points are awarded for damaging the other contestants, however, destroying them entirely will yield a far greater number of points. The Gate Relay and Flag Rally modes require players to race between designated checkpoints and to capture flags and return to them to your assigned checkpoint, respectively. Making use of the cel-shading graphical technique, Cel Damage sports cartoon-quality visuals and a smooth 60 frames per second. ~ Gavin Frankle, All Game Guide