Table Top Racing: World Tour comes screeching on to your Premium Android phone AND Android TV!
Get behind the wheel of 16 ultra-cool, miniaturised racing cars and engage in combat-racing like no other. Master over 30 table-top race tracks and over 180 events in a bid for glory, then take the battle Online and compete with the best in the world. Crush your enemies with 8 cunning ‘Power-ups’ and 6 unique ‘Weapon Wheels’ and blast your way to victory!
Race in 8 player online battles and play in online or offline two player split-screen mode….split-screen gaming even works on your phone! (Two Android compatible controllers required for split-screen gameplay).
★ 2 Player Split-screen modes both Offline and Online (two compatible controllers required)
★ 8 Players Online multi-player combat racing
★ 9 Unique Game modes spread throughout the Championships. Combat, Drift, Time Trial, Hot-Lap, Pursuit, Elimintor, Pure, Checkpoint and Overtake game modes.
★ 32 Table-top race tracks set in 8 themed locations (4 tracks per location)
★ 16 Super-cool, fully upgradable, miniature racing cars based on some of the world most iconic cars!
★ Over 25 hours gameplay! Unless you’re really good….
★ 8 Cunning “Power-Up Weapons” designed to attack and slow opponents or protect yourself. Most can be used defensively too.
★ 6 Unique “Weapon Wheels” help you get an edge over your rivals and find those elusive Gold Supercoins!
★ 39 Google Play Achievements and 9 Leaderboards – including the most-requested feature from the first game a “Drift” high score table!
★ Funky exclusive break-beat soundtrack by producer Wes Smith of Juice Recordings
When you reach Drift mode, it’s better to de-tune the car in the garage – it’s not about speed or acceleration – it’s all about control and handling. Pick a slippery car too.
PROSPECTIVE BUYER INFORMATION: Table Top Racing: World Tour has been designed for smartphone and tablet devices that would have been considered “Premium” from 2018 onwards. Snapdragon 8xx series, Exynos 98xx series and Kirin 9xx series all seem to perform well depending on your screen resolution. Some earlier devices (around about the age of the Samsung S7) may also well work fine with lower screen resolutions, but we would ask prospective customers to try and find out what chipset their phone is running, before making the purchase. If you try it and are not happy with the frame rate and feel you’d like a refund, please don’t leave a 1 star review first and then get a refund – we can give you your money back, but we can’t remove your review when we do so. Thank you.