Review by Harvard L.
Party games are in a weird spot on the Nintendo Switch at the moment. The console is ready-made for them with its portability and ease of sharing controllers, and developers of all kinds have answered the call. Chiki Chiki Boxy Racers falls square into this category – it’s a top-down racer with slippery physics and great game-feel, with fanciful graphics and lots of game modes. It’s also the third top-down racer I own on the Switch (after Gotcha Racing 2 and the Neo Geo game Over Top) and the fifth party racer overall.