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Use your drifting technique to gracefully slide past the competition.

Steering around corners lowers your speed, so it's all about choosing the best course line and being able to use your drifting skills with precision. At the start of each three-lap race, conditions for winning will be displayed. After that, it's up to you and your speed-demon prowess to drift through the Grand Prix and steal first place.

Choose between EASY, NORMAL and HARD difficulty levels – perfect for beginners and advanced racers alike.

Game Review

Review

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Posted by Corbie Dillard

Slow-motion sickness

When it comes to the G.G Series, the plan is simple: choose a particular genre of gaming and produce an entertaining playing experience using not only a simplified musical and visual theme, but also a very basic set of play controls. So far that formula...

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User Comments (2)

SyFyTy

#1

SyFyTy said:

you must be kidding, a racer and the only screen shots are scores? Pft!

jdarrell

#2

jdarrell said:

Screenshot thumbnails only display the top screen. The first screenshot shows gameplay if you click on it.

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