The game offers live, synchronous multiple player racing and features an in-game betting system. The game was downloaded more than 1 million times on the App Store within the first week of launch. The game allows players to customize their cars with various parts including tires and other items.
The company doesn't say exactly when the game will be available for Android devices. The closest they come to launch date will be saying that Racing Rivals will be available on Google Play "shortly."
“As the only drag racing game that provides authentic live, synchronous multi-player gameplay, Racing Rivals has dominated the competition on iOS devices,” said Dennis Suggs, chief executive officer, Cie Games. “In the two months since release, we’ve been the highest-grossing racing app, reaching the top of the racing charts in 50 countries and still going strong. And now we’re ready to bring the racing experience that’s been embraced by millions of fans to Android device owners.”
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