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Unlike the original ''Nikita'' game, which was a spiritual successor to well-known 2D platformer ''Captain Claw'' (1997), ''Speedy Pirates'' barely received any marketing from its publisher and attention from video game critics and gamers alike. Because of that, the only information about the game which has any actual description is on the official website of the developer in the list of "other games".<ref>[http://development.techland.pl/other-games#nikita-wil ''Nikita: Speedy Pirates'' at Techland site.] Retrieved 19 May '17</ref>  
 
Unlike the original ''Nikita'' game, which was a spiritual successor to well-known 2D platformer ''Captain Claw'' (1997), ''Speedy Pirates'' barely received any marketing from its publisher and attention from video game critics and gamers alike. Because of that, the only information about the game which has any actual description is on the official website of the developer in the list of "other games".<ref>[http://development.techland.pl/other-games#nikita-wil ''Nikita: Speedy Pirates'' at Techland site.] Retrieved 19 May '17</ref>  
  
On June 1, 2017, the game was uploaded by a YouTube user named OldClassicGamer.<ref>[https://mega.nz/#F!us4jEBSS!Lncs-nLIPgjw17L2k8A7jw MEGA download link.] Retrieved 01 Jun '17</ref>
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On June 1st, 2017, the game was uploaded by a YouTube user named OldClassicGamer.
  
 
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File:Nikita_Speed_Kart_cover.jpg| ''Nikita: Speedy Pirates'' boxart
 
File:NikitaScreenshot.jpg|Screenshot from ''Nikita: Speedy Pirates''.
 
File:NikitaScreenshot.jpg|Screenshot from ''Nikita: Speedy Pirates''.
 
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==External Link==
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*[https://mega.nz/#F!us4jEBSS!Lncs-nLIPgjw17L2k8A7jw MEGA download link of ''Nikita: Speedy Pirates''.] Retrieved 01 Jun '17
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Latest revision as of 22:26, 15 May 2020

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Title screen.

Status: Found

Date found: 01 Jun 2017

Found by: OldClassicGamer

Nikita: Speedy Pirates (also known as Nikita: Wild Cars) is a kart-racing game developed by Techland and released in 2008 for the PC. This is a spin-off of Nikita The Mystery of the Hidden Treasure 3D adventure-game.

Unlike the original Nikita game, which was a spiritual successor to well-known 2D platformer Captain Claw (1997), Speedy Pirates barely received any marketing from its publisher and attention from video game critics and gamers alike. Because of that, the only information about the game which has any actual description is on the official website of the developer in the list of "other games".[1]

On June 1st, 2017, the game was uploaded by a YouTube user named OldClassicGamer.

Gallery

Some gameplay of Nikita: Speedy Pirates.

External Link

References