And here’s another one! Yesterday I wrote about the popular Android game – Sky Cups – arriving on Windows Phone, and then we learnt that Hill Climb Racing has also hit the Store.
Hill Climb Racing is a very popular game on Android, judging from a 4.7 rating with over 900,000 reviews, and is known as one of the most addictive and entertaining physics based driving game.
The game follows the journey of Newton Bill, a young aspiring uphill racer. His journey takes him to where no ride has ever been before. With little respect to the laws of physics, Newton Bill will not rest until he has conquered the highest hills up on the moon!
The game features unique hill climbing environments - Countryside, Desert, Arctic, and the Moon - with 16 different vehicles. You can gain bonuses from daring tricks and collect coins to upgrade your car’s engine, suspension, tires, and 4WD.
Hill Climb Racing has pretty neat graphics and features smooth physics simulation. Once you start indulging in the game, it’s hard to put it down. You can download this fun, casual game for free for Windows Phone 8 devices from the Windows Phone Store. Download it right away, and let us know how you like it.
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