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It’s no hyperbole that ShootMania has an amazingly robust level editor, with an impressively rich amount of options. Ubisoft doesn’t want you to forget it either, so they’ve whipped up a little sizzle reel for you.

People who’ve played TrackMania will know what they’re in for, since the variety here is actually quite similar.

Aside from the terrain of the map and the time of day, you can also build huge buildings and long stretches of open ground, punctuating everything with tunnels, barriers, and speed-boosting ramps.

We spent quite a bit of time with ShootMania Storm during a recent press event in San Francisco and walked away pretty thrilled with how much fun the game got in a 3-on-3 team setting. There’s no release date for the game so far, but the trailer below is a good enough excuse to pen this title down on your “to do” list.

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Ubisoft Lets You Build Levels To Your Heart’s Content In ShootMania Storm

It's no hyperbole that ShootMania has a rather amazingly robust level editor, with an impressively rich amount of options. Ubisoft doesn't want you to forget it either, so they've whipped up a little sizzle reel for you.

By EGM Staff | 09/7/2012 03:45 PM PT

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It’s no hyperbole that ShootMania has an amazingly robust level editor, with an impressively rich amount of options. Ubisoft doesn’t want you to forget it either, so they’ve whipped up a little sizzle reel for you.

People who’ve played TrackMania will know what they’re in for, since the variety here is actually quite similar.

Aside from the terrain of the map and the time of day, you can also build huge buildings and long stretches of open ground, punctuating everything with tunnels, barriers, and speed-boosting ramps.

We spent quite a bit of time with ShootMania Storm during a recent press event in San Francisco and walked away pretty thrilled with how much fun the game got in a 3-on-3 team setting. There’s no release date for the game so far, but the trailer below is a good enough excuse to pen this title down on your “to do” list.

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