Vector Unit has decided to release a video showing off Riptide GP 2 and the game’s multiplayer features. This game will be using Google Play Games services so players can log into their Google account and race against people in their circles. Another interesting point about this video are the devices they are using to show multiplayer.
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It’s Friday and keeping with the tradition Nvidia seems to have started, the company has released another video which this time showcases Riptide GP 2 running on their upcoming Android-powered handheld gaming system Project Shield. This also affords us a first glance at the water racing sequel heading our way from Vector Unit.
A few days ago, we mentioned Riptide GP 2 as one of the upcoming Tegra 4 games that should be arriving in the coming months. Well, now Vector Unit has taken to their Facebook page to officially announce the game, which will be available to all Android devices (not just Tegra 4 ones) sometime during the summer of 2013.
Vector Unit’s newest racing game Beach Buggy Blitz has gotten an update that, like a lot of updates happening these days, brings with it some Halloween goodies for you to enjoy. Aside from all the Halloween stuff though, Beach Buggy Blitz is now compatible with most modern Android devices including Samsung Galaxy S3 and S2, HTC One series and more.
Vector Unit are no strangers to the Android gaming world. They have had two hit games previously, namely the graphically-awesome Riptide GP and the moonshine-smuggling Shine Runner. Now, they’ve got a third game added to their arsenal, Beach Buggy Blitz. Racing a buggy on a beach (yes, they still haven’t completely left the water) sounds awesome, but how does it turn out actually?
One of the game we mentioned awhile back that would be arriving for Tegra devices was a new game from Vector Unit called Beach Buggy Blitz. Well since then there hasn’t been a whole lot of information about the game until now. That is mainly because the game is now available for Tegra-based Android devices.
For those unfamiliar with Indie developer Vector Unit, you might have come across their popular Android title, Riptide, GP (read our review here) and recently released Shine Runner (review here) which introduced gamers to realistic racing in incredible water physics. While starting out on consoles, Vector Unit brought the same hard hitting quality and fun gameplay to our devices.
Vector Unit’s newest addition to their water racing game line-up happens to be the more humorous take on the genre called Shiner Runner. If you haven’t checked out the game yet we highly suggest you do as it looks great and is pretty fun to play. However there is a Tegra 3 version on the horizon.
Vector Unit’s second outing on the Android platform returns to the familiar water racing genre similar to their first hit, Riptide GP that first made splashes on Tegra 2 devices. Leaving behind water tracks in favor of a southern swamps and jet skis for fan boat, Shine Runner’s unique humor and arcade game play is great addition to the racing scene. Is it enough for you to put your swimming trunks on and anchor $1.99?
Vector Unit, the masters of water racing games and the developers of the hit title Riptide GP, have released another water-based racing game onto the Android Market called Shine Runner. This is yet another great racing game from the dynamic duo of Vector Unit but with a bit more of a humorous take on the genre. Ever wanted to be a redneck?