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Nash Racing 2 Muscle cars Releases



October 18, in the year of our Lord 2017 -- Nash Racing 2 is an indie racing game which contains 3 game modes: Race, Timetrial and Open World cruising from developer/publisher Tero Lunkka. The game launches on Steam on October 18th, 2017 for the regular price of $0.99.

The Game

Nash Racing 2: Muscle cars is minor sequel to Nash Racing game. Game contains minor tuning system where can paint car and choose different wheels and tires. First version contains 6 american styled muscle cars and lot of tracks. Also beware that this car game hasn't realistic physics or damage system.

Game contains new and older american styled V8 powered powerful cars which are difficult to handle and cars are drifter cars. Also some tracks have wet surface so they are very slippery tracks.

Cool Features

The game contains 3 game modes:

1. Timetrial: Drive against time. Target to pass tracks under limited time. 7 tracks

2. Race: Race against easy opponents in different tracks. 4 tracks. First version has Easy level opponents. More skilled and more difficult opponents coming in future updates. Some AI opponents are rookie skilled some more talented opponents

3. Open world: Open world tracks you can just cruise in different tracks/Open World maps or try to find hidden oxygen system which is hidden somewhere in open world and when find it level is finished and player goes back to garage. This game mode is just for fun and testing cars and driving in open worlds. 2 open world in first version

Planned Features:
• More tracks to every game modes - More cars
• Different skilled AI opponents: Easy, Medium, Hard where player can choose

No word a on physical copy version of this game at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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