Downhill Extreme Driving 2017

Publisher: TAPINATOR
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Price: 0.99 USD

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App Description

Down the road we go!
Get ready for the first 2017 installment of 4x4 adventure-driving! Kick off the new year with a thrilling escapade through downhill terrain! Drive through rugged areas and reach checkpoints to earn maximum completion points. There are absolutely NO DRIVING RULES to follow! It’s just you, open blue skies, and your awesome vehicle!
Explore the glorious nature of snowy mountains, rocky terrain, and grassy hills. Control a number of stunning 4x4 models that are specially designed for off-roading, and rough driving. Perform stunts, high jumps, and hill climbing all while you enhance your stunt driving skills! Find the fastest route to checkpoints, like taking short cuts on hidden bridges! Tackle diverse challenges meanwhile. The adventure and thrill is yours--ripe for the taking!
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About Tapinator
Tapinator (Ticker: TAPM) designs, develops, and publishes games on mobile platforms. The Company’s portfolio includes over 250 mobile gaming titles that, collectively, have achieved over 300 million player downloads. Tapinator is headquartered in New York. For more info, visit Tapinator.com.

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