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Once again you are the saboteur on the buggy. You will need to plant the bomb and run away as fast as you can! You will need to reach the flag before the bomb detonates or you and your buggy is blown to bits! Make sure to mind the minds, and remember that your buggy can be repaired when you get bonus. Need more motivation? How about assault helicopters and rocket launcers? don't forget the time bomb. Drive for your life, dude!
Would you like driving a buggy, and do you also like to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our Buggy Run game online for free.
Use Up and Down arrows for driving forward and backwards, Left and Right arrows for controls in the air, and Space to jump.
A Buggy is generally used to refer to any lightweight automobile with off road capabilities and sparse bodywork. Most are built either as a kit car or from scratch. The term was originally used to describe very lightweight horse drawn wagons for one or two persons, the term was extended to lightweight automobiles as they became popular. As automobiles became increasingly sophisticated, the term briefly dropped out of use before being revived to describe more specialised off road vehicles. A dune buggy is a recreational vehicle with large wheels, and wide tires, designed for use on sand dunes, beaches, or desert recreation. It is called a "Beach Buggy" in the United Kingdom, Ireland and many other English speaking countries. The design is usually a modified vehicle and engine mounted on an open chassis. The modifications usually attempt to increase the power-to-weight ratio by either lightening the vehicle or increasing engine power or both. Dune buggies designed specifically for operation on open sand are called sandrails. The term Baja Bug generally refers to an original Volkswagen Beetle modified to operate off-road (open desert, sand dunes and beaches), although other versions of air-cooled Volkswagens are sometimes modified as well. Baja Bugs originated in Southern California in the late 1960s as an inexpensive answer to the successful Volkswagen-based dune buggies of the mid-1960s, especially the Meyers Manx. The building of the first Baja Bug is generally credited to Gary Emory of Parts Obsolete, circa 1968. The Swamp Buggy is a vehicle used to traverse boggy swamp terrain. Swamp buggies may be purpose built or vehicles modified to deal with the requirements to move around the swamp. All swamp buggies are able to move about on dry land, shallow mud, sand, and shallow water. Additionally they possess one or more of the following abilities: Propel itself through or over deep mud and water, Drive through or over moderately dense vegetation, Drive over rough terrain possibly including logs and stumps, and Float in water or mud.