Check out this vibrant and super-charged racing game for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone

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Mini Motor Racing is now available on Windows Phone

Mini Motor Racing is not your traditional racing game, it’s one of the most popular and acclaimed racing games out there which has the ability to keep you wildly excited. The graphics, gameplay, and controls of Mini Motor Racing are amazing. You get to choose from a variety of miniature cars, from sports to hatch, big-rigs, pickup trucks, school Bus, hot rod, buses, and many more.

The objective is to win races (of-course) and earn money through it which can be used to upgrade your machines. There are 30 spectacular race tracks and some of them even come with special themes like Fruit Ninja. There are also over 300 races so you won’t be finishing it soon, believe me. 

“Welcome to the world of Mini Motor Racing. A high-octane battle royal, Mini Motor Racing has all the style of classic arcade racers combined with the explosive action of modern racing games. Take to the track in over 300 races in the massive career mode, upgrading your ride and expanding your garage as you progress,” the app description reads.

The game has the following key features:

  • Full Xbox 360 controller support, as well as touch controls for Surface and other compatible displays
  • Your choice of cars. Race in fully upgradeable cars, each with their own unique handling and style! Whether it be Sports, Hatch, Big-rig, Pick-up, School Bus, Hot Rod…the list goes on!
  • Win races, win cars! Win races throughout the game and you’ll find yourself behind the wheel of the sweetest rides around including the official Fruit Ninja buggy!
  • Official Fruit Ninja bonuses. Includes special themed tracks and cars for fruit mayhem enthusiasts!
  • Massive track variety. Race on over 30 tracks, day and night, in varying weather conditions!

If you are into racing games and looking for a addictive title, pick up Mini Motor Racing from the Windows Store for $2.99. The game runs for $0.99 for Windows Phone. You can also check out the game in action below.

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