New Game: Drift Mania Championship 2 Hits the Play Store (Video)

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  • 29 Sep 2012
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  • If you like racing, drifting, tuning and competing against hot cars in HD then you’ll like the Drift Mania Championship 2 title, that has just reached the Play Store. Unlike its predecessor, Drift Mania 1, this game doesn’t have a lite version, but if you want the predecessor’s free version you can get it here.

    Anyway, Drift Mania Championship 2 is the creation of Ratrod Studio Inc and it requires Android 2.2 and up to run. It takes up 247 MB of storage and it’s priced at $1.99. The previous game already had millions of players all over the world, so a sequel was bound to come. The new game offers next generation 3D graphics, especially optimized for mobile hardware and provides kickass drifting experience. There’s a drift career mode, a drift battle tournament and also the option of playing against a real life friend using the multiplayer online mode.

    The cars can be customized and upgraded both in performance and visual aspect. Over 60 achievements are available in career mode and you can challenge drivers from all over the world through global leaderboards. Upgrades to your car can be done with products from licensed brands like Royal Purple, Magnaflow, Whiteline and Mishimoto. Custom wheels, body kits and more are all available here. The career mode includes over 13 drift tracks, 60 achievements and 48 performance upgrades. You can get the brand new game here.

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