Stunt Race FX (known as Wild Trax in Japan) is a cartoon-style, 3D-racing video game developed by Nintendo EAD assisted by Argonaut Software and published by Nintendo for the Super NES. It was the second game to use the 3D-centric Super FX chip. At first glance, Stunt Race FX appears to be like a zany version of SEGA's Virtua Racing. The gameplay of Stunt Race FX is slightly more difficult than Super Mario Kart. Also, there aren't any weapons to use in attacking other vehicles, while it is possible to boost the speeds of the vehicles, making its gameplay similar to Nintendo's other Super NES game, F-ZERO. Other things inspired by F-ZERO are the L and R buttons used by players in making sharp turns and the possibility to damage vehicles by hitting walls, environmental hazards, and other vehicles by accident during races. It is also possible to damage vehicles by landing from high areas. There are three vehicles to choose from. Four if you unlock 2WD and five if you count TRAILER. Stunt Race FX's use of eyes on the vehicles was a late-in-development addition, to give character to otherwise personality-free cars. Each vehicle has different capabilities in terms of speed, body and acceleration.