Posted by Ellis Spice on May 9th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Jujubee have today revealed that their anti-gravity racing game, FLASHOUT 2, has been updated to version 1.4 and has had 66% of its price slashed off – meaning the game is now available for $0.99.
Since its launch, the developers have revised multiple gameplay elements and redesigned the gameplay balance. Changes include the removal of the ammo shops (meaning that ammo and bonuses are collected on the track rather than bought before a race), the removal of respawn countdown timers in races, and the doubling of cash earned in races. In addition to this, the developers have also resolved issues with the game crashing on some devices and have made minor fixes related to sound balance and online multiplayer modes.
Flashout 3D fans should be happy to hear that a new Flashout game is racing its way to iOS. Jujubee has confirmed that Flashout 2 will soon be speeding on iOS devices, featuring a new and enhanced career mode. Also, players will get to experience improved physics and graphics and new challenges and circuits, reports Pocket Gamer. View the fast-paced reveal trailer below!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on February 22nd, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Jump into the driver seat of an ultra fast ship and enjoy the fast-paced racing action of Flashout 3D for free. In our review, Blake Grundman mentions “While FLASHOUT 3D may not be the second coming of futuristic racers on the platform, it goes a long way towards bridging the gap between big name franchises on the consoles and mobile offerings.”
I am eager to let readers know about Oceanhouse Media’s annual app sale in honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday from Wednesday, February 25 through Monday, March 9. During this time, five of their best-selling Seuss stories will be on sale for $0.99 each, and there will be discounts for other classic Dr. Seuss titles as […]
We were teased about Mediocre Games’ (Smash Hit, Sprinkle Islands) upcoming and untitled project back in January, but now we’ve got more details to share – along with a name. Does Not Commute (Ha!) is a mind-bending puzzle of a game that tasks you with guiding various vehicles to specific destinations on each of its […]