Jet Car Stunts back with a more daredevil sequel

November 17, 2014
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Probably, one of the biggest appeals of car-racing mobile games is the fact that we can drive as crazy as we want, be as much of a daredevil as we can never be in reality, and all without real-life consequences. And what if you could combine a car and a jet in one vehicle that can defy the law of physics, at least digitally? That is why Jet Car Stunts became really successful and now it's back with a sequel that will make you both look forward to and dread the possibility of this coming true in the distant future.

Jet Car Stunts 2 is the follow-up to the award-winning game (of course called Jet Car Stunts) where crazy stunt driving is pushed to the limits by jet-propelled vehicles. The game has 120 levels to get through, and just based on the game trailer, those aren't easy ones to finish at all. Each level even has three difficulties each and if you're a stunt driving perfectionist, we're pretty sure you'll repeat all those until you get the difficult. You'll be able to do so with 7 different kinds of cars and with 4 game modes available.

And because we assume that those who are into car-racing games, particularly those that are as hard as this, are highly competitive, you can accept challenges from your friends who are also into Jet Car Stunts. You can even check out how you fare in the global leaderboard. And if you're not satisfied with just playing the existing levels, you can also create and share your own, but with a cost of course.

The first 10 levels of Jet Car Stunts 2 is free to play, but to be able to play all the other 110 plus create and share your own, there are in-app purchases required. You can either buy all you want or just pay for the levels you want at the time. But if you want to try it out first, you can download the app for free from the Google Play Store.


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  • AndrewR91

    Oh man, I remember playing Jet Car Stunts on my Samsung Vibrant (aka Galaxy S on T-Mobile) back in the day!

  • primalxconvoy

    Moga pro power is only compatible in-game, but not in menus and while docked to my monitor, the POV was tilted to the left.

    Devs said they’re working on it.