2019 racing game
Open Wheel Manager is a rather typical Formula One manager game published by recently reactivated MicroProse, a company linked to one of the best games of 1990s, including original Formula One Grand Prix and a lot of simulation games. However MicroProse in its current form acts as a publisher for small developers and Open Wheel Manager was actually developed by small Belarusian company called Paprikash Games and it shows.
The game interface and outlook suggest that it was created by, with all due respect, people with limited experience and limited talent. The interface is just very primitive and looks like in simple classic games than something that would be worth to have a logo of MicroProse on it. Gameplay is very simple - top-down view on the track with colourful dots representing cars. To be fair, much better and much more sophisticated game like Motorsport Manager uses exactly the same formula, and it is the same formula known from classic Grand Prix Manager 2, but in Open Wheel Manager it seems that lack of talent in development team is behind it and not wish to recreate classics.
Overall a very monotonous game, with poor UI, graphics that cannot be called anything else but substandard and gameplay that lacks depth and soul. It is a cheap game, it has demo you can try, which suggest that the developers realize their product is not an easy one to sell, perhaps with time (and MicroProse support) they will improve it to acceptable standards.
In Small Devil Inside we are simulating Formula 1 like racing competition, in which your team will compete with others in divisions and racing classes, each with similar, but not identical rules.
This guarantees to keep you as the racing team manager constantly on your toes - you have to keep up with competitors, but at the same time keep up with the changing racing world. Each season the set of tracks will change, so there won'r be chance to get bored with them.