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Quibble Race

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Quibble Race is a futuristic horse-racing game, except the "horses" are cute little green aliens called Quibbles. In this game, three Human- or Computer-controlled players try to make the most money by betting on Quibble races. But it's not all luck, as you can sabotage the race with Steroids and Poison (among other things)! Or bribe a robot to get some inside information on the race. You can even sponsor and train your own Quibbles. Then watch the race happen in real time!

It takes a little bit to get the hang of the game, but once you do, I think you'll have a lot of fun - especially if you have friends to play with! There's nothing like seeing someone's expression when they find out that you just crippled a Quibble that they were sponsoring with a brutal attack. I hope you enjoy the game!

*** NOTES ***

Thank you, everyone, for your comments and suggestions! Your interest is what keeps me going.

The happy music is by Chris Hanson. He also makes some cool games, which you can check out at www.leakypig.com!

Most of the voicework was done by my friend Doompuppet. Visit his site at www.doompuppet.com for some awesome nifty artwork, games, and other stuff!

P.S. There are also Secret Profile Pictures in this version. Think about some of your favorite aliens to figure out how to unlock them.

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Never thought I'd find this after Mofunzone went even further to Hell and got rid of it. Couldn't remember what the green aliens were called.

Best game EVER!!

O NOES!!! IM OUT OF MUNIES

I play this game all of the time as Hominid >:D

Very fun game!

I've been playing this since 2005 and i can say that this game is fun no matter who you're playing against!

addictive

This game is really fun with anyone

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Score
4.19 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 27, 2004
11:55 AM EDT
Genre
Sports - Casino & Gambling
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  • Daily 3rd Place October 28, 2004