If Jet Car Stunts and Soosiz had a baby, it would be this sublimely unconventional and fiendishly inventive little game! Seriously, jAggy Race feels like App Store newcomers SevenOnly smooshed the best bits of two of my all-time favorite iOS titles together to create something boldly and refreshingly different.
First things first, apologies for starting our weekly giveaway a little later than usual. To make up for my tardiness, I've popped a copy of Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing into the prize-bag. Joining Sega's smash-hit Kart racer are the utterly thrilling Boost 2 and Pixeleap’s delightful platformer, Up To The Top. So what are you waiting for folks? Rev up those Twitter and Facebook accounts and let's get this show on the road...!
Wowzers, this week's promo code contest is a real doozy: we've got a whole bunch of codes for not one, not two, but three awesome iOS games up for grabs! Fire up your Twitter accounts to be in with a chance of winning free copies of Race After 1977, Redneck Jellyfish and Spidey Riley! Full details after the jump.
Remedy Entertainment have teamed up with Cornfox & Brothers and Mountain Sheep to remake the classic Death Rally for iOS. But does this shiny new re-do have what it takes to go toe-to-toe with the current crop of racing games? Abso-freaking-lutely!
It can be said with some level of certainty that no game developer has envisioned what would happen if you combined nuclear weapons, disco, and NASCAR. That is, until now! iFanzine recently took Xpect Games' Race After 1977 for a test drive, and there's no doubt racing fans will eagerly anticipate its February release.
We first heard tell of Reckless Racing a good ways back. The game instantly grabbed iPhone gamers' attention thanks to its gorgeous graphics, an old school arcade-y perspective, and the promise of plenty of rubber burning action set deep down South. And gosh darn it if Pixelbite Games haven't come good on the potential for over-the-top fun inherent in the title's hillbillies race the heck outta hot rods premise...
Drift Mania is a racing game where instead of speeding to the finish, you drift to it. The point of this game is simple: get as many points as possible and finish the track within the time limit. You gain points by drifting around corners, and earning points faster by having longer, and faster drifts.
Ratrod Studio Inc. have just released a stunning new trailer for their upcoming iPhone and iPod Touch racing game Drift Mania Championship. Due to screech into the App Store next week, the game promises to deliver a high-octane blend of driving skills, style and showmanship. Oh, and lots of girls in bikinis if the trailer is anything to go by...