If you also like weird games, these games are very special and a clear labor of love, well, I have prepared one for you: Mon Bazou, roughly translated as “my shit car” in Quebec French, It’s a game about making money and doing odd jobs is to turn the nominal Bazoo into a real racing car. All this happened in Canada in 2005, revolving around the “hot scene of modifying cars and wanting to become street racers.”
Although Mon Bazou is in the early access stage, this is obviously the effort of individual developer SantaGoat. Given that it was only released a few weeks ago, I was very impressed with the content. At the time of writing, it has 119 Steam reviews with a 99% favorable rating. For me, it is this energy that made My Summer Car so successful and earned a place in our best racing game roundup.
You can chop wood, sell wood, build garages with wood, build sugar sheds to harvest maple syrup, deliver pizzas at night, or spend time racing and betting games, hell, clean up the junkyard to get good parts for your rides. Just make sure to make enough money to keep the gasoline in the tank. In short, to realize the dream of rural Canada, which is to make your own broth and grow weeds in the woods.
There are many upgrades for nominal cars, as well as mechanics for trailers, boats, and ATVs. This is a country and walking game with a strong sense of humor. It’s about happily concentrating on one’s hobbies.
You can find Mon Bazou on Steam.