Dice Fest Games have released a print and play vehicular combat game called Outrider.
Outrider is a game of post-apocalyptic vehicular combat that utilizes a unique blend of dice and card mechanics that create a fast-playing, highly detailed and customizable experience.
Outrider is a print-and-play game designed to use standard-sized cards and sleeves and ordinary dice or you can take your game into the third-dimension by using the largest range of the most inexpensive miniatures around: 1/64th scale die cast cars.
Teachable in ten minutes, the focus of Outirder is to keep things fast and furious. Most games are playable in a hour. Even with six players, the rounds are quick. The movement mechanics are designed to feel more like driving and less like geometry(!)
Players select their vehicles from eight templates that represent a wide variety of vehicles from dune buggies and muscle cars all the way to heavy duty trucks and SUVs – each with its own unique characteristics. Players then use dice to further customize (and arm) the vehicles. The dice represent weapons, equipment and even the driver of the vehicle.