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Extreme Road Trip 2
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Developer Roofdog Games
Released November 2, 2012
Platform(s) iOS, Android, Windows
Ratings ESRB: E
Apple: 12+
Genre Action/Arcade
Version 3.20.0

Extreme Road Trip 2 is an action-arcade game developed by Roofdog Games, released on November 2, 2012 for iOS and Android devices. It is the second installment in the Extreme Road Trip series. It is the sequel to the 2011 game Extreme Road Trip, and it introduces many new features including overdrive, missions, and new gameplay mechanics such as slamming. The game also features a wider selection of vehicles, featuring a total of 96 playable vehicles.

Gameplay

In Extreme Road Trip 2, players can choose from a selection of over 90 cars to drive through a series of hills and obstacles, continuing for as long as they can until their car crashes or runs out of fuel. Fuel can be refilled by collecting fuel pickups, which are scattered along the ground throughout the map. Fuel can also be obtained by breaking crates and obstacles such as hot air balloons.

Boosts

Players can receive nitro boosts by performing stunts. The more stunts the player performs and the better the landing, the more nitro is awarded. If the player fills up their nitro boost meter, the player enters overdrive, giving the player a very large speed boost for a few seconds.

Landings

Landings are achieved when the player touches back down on the ground after having performed one or more stunts. Landing parallel to the ground will earn the player the most nitro, while landing unevenly will result in the player receiving a poor boost. Players can perform a slam by holding down the left and right sides of the screen at the same time. Slamming usually results in the player achieving a better landing, as there is a smaller difference in the time between the front and back wheels touching the ground. If the player performs a perfect slam landing, a massive amount of nitro is awarded to the player.

Coins

The game features two main types of currency: coins and bucks. Coins are obtained during gameplay and are automatically collected when the player drives near them; they may also be found in crates and other obstacles. They also may be obtained from crates awarded to the player after leveling up or from free crate offers. Coins are mainly used for buying vehicles and upgrades; however, there are special opportunities that the player will have the option of taking, usually costing a large number of coins.

Cars