Ion Racer is a Sci-Fi racing game from SGN (Social Games Network). The gameplay is very interesting with moderate graphics and good music. The usual price of the game at iTunes store is $0.99, but freely available for a limited period. So get ready for the unlimited fun.
iTunes Link: http://itunes.apple.com/app/ion-racer/id501354429?mt=8
This Ion Racer game needs 44.2 MB space to install and runs on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Ion Racer is a futuristic racing game, but it’s much more closely related to an endless runner than combat driven racing. Compared to the other similar games graphics are not that much improved. The touch controls are too sensitive and need some time for getting used to, with other superior tilt controls that offer increased precision. In this game you will have endless ways to customize your craft. Because you will never run the same race twice. Every level will become more challenging, and more competitors will come upfront based on your progress. Experience the mounting challenge of mission-based progressive competition and test how long can you stay in the race.
A truly strategic racing game features:
+ Choose strike mode to burst through obstacles or play in + Focus mode for precise steering
+ Control your craft with accelerometer tilt steering or choose easy-access light touch controls
+ Buy or earn valuable Kions to gain boots in speed and accuracy
+ Heal your wounded ship through intensely accurate gameplay or hit auto-repair for instant healing to get back into the race, fast!
+ Catch multipliers for an out of this world score!
+ Compete against friends via Game Center leaderboards & achievements
+ Multi-dimensional retina display
+ Perks, Upgrades, and More!
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later. This app is totally free to download from iTunes.
Current Version: 1.0.1
Size: 44.2 MB
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