Awesome car-chasing game Pako adds premium version with 3 new levels

Our favorite car chasing game, Pako, has just added a premium version of their game to the Windows Phone Store. Unlike the free version, this one is completely ad-free and adds three new levels: Cemetery, Highway, and Square. We're big fans of this game and we're glad to see it get even better.

We've purchased the premium version on our Nokia Lumia 930. Head past the break to watch our gameplay video with the new levels.

If you haven't played Pako before, it's really simple. Escape police vehicles as long as possible before you crash or they catch you. There are no brakes. Your vehicle is always moving. You just need to steer left or right by pressing the right or left side of the screen.

Pako Premium adds three new levels, giving you a total of 5 stages to avoid getting caught or crashing. If you've played this game before, you've already driven around a parking mall and suburbia. Things get way more interesting in the premium version.

In the cemetery, you drive a funeral car. It's long, slow, and it's green. Hit any of the zombies to add some time on the clock. This stage also has the best background music in our opinion.

In the highway, you drive a minivan. It's slow and you won't be able to outrun the cops. Since there are only two directions on the highway, you have to keep making U-turns while maneuvering around other cars. Just hope the cops crash before they catch you.

The Square level has the coolest vehicle. It's a rickshaw. It drives fast and can make very sharp turns. With a vehicle this good, the level should be pretty easy, right? Wrong! In addition to avoiding the cops, you also have to avoid getting shot by tanks!

We absolutely love Pako and the premium version makes it even better. Pako Premium currently costs 99 cents at the Windows Phone Store for a limited time. The price will double when the offer ends. Check it out and let us know your favorite level!

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Mark Guim

Mark Guim is Video Editor at Windows Central. He switched to Windows because the MacBook Pro isn't Pro enough. You can follow him on Twitter at @markguim.