Drift Mania: Street Outlaws built with Unity Game engine, coming to “all popular mobile gaming platforms including Windows Phone”

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Ratrod Studio has shown off the latest game in their Drift Mania series,  Drift Mania: Street Outlaws.

The game allows players to battle and compete in underground drift events based on various world locations and features high end 3D graphics, realistic controls and a new improved multiplayer mode.

The game offers 13 vehicles with fully customizable controls, a virtual steering wheel mode and gyroscope support; a Career modes which includes over 12 courses and 60 achievements; and extensive customization modes for vehicles including custom paint colors, body kits, after market wheels, window tints and spoilers as well as the ability to adjust different aspects of the car including the suspension damping, steering sensitivity, gear ratio and weight distribution.

The game is built using the Unity game engine, which has recently become supported on Windows Phone and Windows RT.

This cross-platform game engine will allow the game to be delivered to all popular mobile gaming platforms including Windows 8 and Windows Phone and should hit the market in Summer 2013.

Hopefully we will be seeing much more day and date releases on Windows Phone, which should help fill the store rather rapidly with high quality games.

See more screen shots after the break.



Via Gamershell.com

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