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Flashout 2 is the successor of Flashout 3D, a Wipeout clone for mobile platforms which was published in Decembre 2012. The development studio behind the Flashout series is the Polish Jujubee team. Just as in the predecessor you race through futuristic tracks to become the number one of the racing scene.
The gameplay of Flashout 2 lets you race in best Wipeout- or F -Zero-style with hovering ships over science fiction tracks. Here you can use weapons such as missiles or mines, which you can collect on the track by Power Up. The developers included various control options into the game. So you can control your vehicle with a classic tilt control scheme or you use buttons or a virtual joystick. I decided for the version with a virtual analog stick, as I could handle my vehicle best with it. Heart of Flashout 2 is the career mode where you have to master ten racetracks in various racing events. The tracks lead you to Hong Kong, Frankfurt, LA, London or Seoul, but only the name reminds of the world's metropolises.
In terms of design, the developers have let their imaginations run wild and created fantastic sci-fi tracks with popular elements such as hairpins, jumps, acceleration arrows and high-speed passages. You have to take part in classic races, elimination races, time races or destruction races where you have to perform better than the competition. The various racing events are known from the predecessors and have now become standard in the racing genre. With ongoing playing time you can choose from different ships, which you can upgrade in various categories like speed, armor or weaponry. The money for this can be found on the tracks or via InApp purchase. The career mode features a few mini co