Jet Car Stunts 2 now live on iTunes

Jet Car Stunts 2 now live on iTunes
Gentlemen, start your engines! The racing game, Jet Car Stunts 2, has been officially released for iOS-powered devices. It is a sequel to arguably one of the best iOS racing games of 2009 - the award-winning, critically acclaimed Jet Car Stunts, developed by True Axis.

Just like its predecessor, Jet Car Stunts 2 will put you behind the driving wheels of 7 jet-powered racing vehicles. However, the game is not your typical racer – thanks to the unique levels, created by various “blocks”, it is a mix between a racing game and a puzzle platformer. Each one of the 120 extraordinary “tracks” can be completed on three different difficulties. Most of the levels would most probably make you ask yourself “Where to go now?” and “Is this the right way?”. Your car will be airborne during a significant part of each race, and yes, you will have to navigate it just like a wingless airplane. Of course, this will result in ludicrous stunts, jumps, flips, etc.

Just like Jet Car Stunts, Jet Car Stunts 2 has no multiplayer. Still, it will allow players to create their own tracks and challenge their friends to complete them.

There are four different game modes in Jet Car Stunts 2. However, all of them are available as separate in-app purchases and cost between $0.99 - $1.99, but you can save a few bucks and get the Mega Pack bundle, which includes all game modes and costs $4.99. The game itself is free and once you download it, you can benefit from a free trial, which allows you to race on no more or less than 10 tracks.

Download: Jet Car Stunts 2 (iOS)

source: True Axis via PocketGamer


1 Comment

1. livyatan

Posts: 867; Member since: Jun 19, 2013

The first game was virtually flawless. One of the very few such titles in history

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