Polarbit has had bit of a quite spell as of late in regards to releasing games onto Android. However it looks like that is finally changing with the release of a new game called Rail Racing. Of course it would be a racing game, it is one of the things that Polarbit does best right?
Polarbit has decided to release their newest racing game Cracking Sands onto Google Play with a new version that is fully playable and with all the tracks available as well. You also have access to all the game modes that arrive in the paid version as well. So what’s different about this free version of their combat kart racing game?
Polarbit is a renowned developer in the world of mobile gaming, not the least due to their Reckless Racing series which is a fan favorite. Their latest endeavor brings us Cracking Sands, a game that promises action-packed death races featuring small karts and big guns. Does it deliver on that promise though? Read on to find out.
A couple of days ago we talked about Polarbit’s latest racing game Cracking Sands and that it would be arriving on Google Play in a few days. We that day has come and their new combat kart racing game is now available for players to download and begin kicking up dust and taking down opponents.
Way back in 2011 we talked about a new racing game Polarbit had been working on called Cracking Sands. This particular racing game is a little different than there normal type of racing game that the company releases and that is because it is more of a kart racing style game with defensive and offensive power-ups you can use.
Polarbit has been a bit quiet as of late when it comes to game releases onto Android and we now know why. Apparently they have teamed up with Red Bull to create a Freestyle Motocross game for Android called Red Bull X-Fighters 2012. Upon closer inspection, there is no fighting. Still, this is a pretty promising Motocross game.
Polarbit’s sequel to their hit racing game called Reckless Racing has just landed on the Android Market. Reckless Racing 2 features the same great top-down racing action found in the first title but with improvements all around along with new tracks to race on.
The highly popular racing game from Polarbit is about to get a new addition to the series in Reckless Racing 2. We reported back in October 2011 that Reckless Racing 2 would be heading to the Xperia Play first before climbing onto other Android devices after a short exclusivity period.
Polarbit and Pixelbite have released a new trailer for their upcoming game for iOS and Android called Penguin Palooza. Currently released (as of today) on iOS, Penguin Palooza is also coming to Android ‘very soon’, according to Polarbit. Anything with bouncing penguins can’t be bad.
Continuing on with all the Christmas deals and sales all over the place, Polarbit has just announced that they have dropped the price of all of their games on the Amazon App Store to a measly $0.99 for a limited time. That is the good news anyways.