Beach Buggy Racing is now available on Windows Phone and Windows 8.1. This is the official sequel Beach Buggy Blitz, a free driving game with over 30 million players. And starting today, you can play it on your Windows Phone or Surface.
Here's what you get with Beach Buggy Racing on Windows:
Exciting Kart racing action
- Utilize your driving skills and a collection of creative powerups to fight your way to the finish line. It's not just a great looking 3D racing game, it's an epic battle with spectacular physics-based gameplay!
Cool cars to customize
- Use your winnings to collect and upgrade a garage full of unique cars, from monster trucks to muscle cars to lunar rovers!
Tons of amazing powerups
- Beach Buggy Racing crushes other kart racers with over 25 totally unique Powerups ... and more Powerups are coming!
12 spectacular race tracks
- Explore dinosaur-infested jungles, lava-spewing volcanoes, beautiful beaches, and mysterious swamps. Each unique race track is packed with hidden shortcuts and surprises.
Collect a team of drivers
- Recruit a team of drivers to play with, each with a unique special power like teleportation, flaming fire tracks, and confusion spells.
Play the way you want
- Chose between multiple control options, and customize the 3D graphics settings to optimize your play experience.
You can find Beach Buggy Racing in the Windows Phone Store or Windows Store. The game is free and features in-app purchases. Look forward to playing this on your Lumia 635 because there is 512 MB support!
- Download Beach Buggy Racing for Windows Phone (Free/In-app purchases)
- Download Beach Buggy Racing for Windows (Free/In-app purchases)
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