Supergonk’s new racing game Warp Drive went live on Apple Arcade and is available on Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The game lets layers race around multiple various tracks with different layouts at high speeds. It also has a distinct art style that reminds us of Borderlands.
Warp Drive’s gameplay is quite unique because it allows the player to teleport around the track to find hidden routes and shortcuts, all the while driving upside down, jumping over immense canyons, or overtaking foes in unforeseen ways.
Warp Drive now available on Apple Arcade
The game is currently live on the App Store. According to the description, there are tons of tournaments to participate in, upgradable cars, and different experiences every time you play.
WARP DRIVE is a fast-paced, arcade style racing game with a brand new way to drive: instantly TELEPORT around the track to find shortcuts and hidden routes! Take control of your QUAD ROTOR RACER, equip a Warp Module, and enter a series of high-speed tournaments to test your skills and creative driving abilities. Drive on the ceiling, jump huge canyons and race up waterfalls in an epic inverted racing battle!
Compete in a series of dynamically generated tournaments, with random options providing a different experience every time you play! UPGRADE your car between races, gradually adding more capabilities to DRIFT, BOOST, or WARP your way to victory. Follow the advice of your outspoken manager, Lenny, or just ignore whatever he says… what do aliens know about racing, anyway?!
For those who are not familiar with Apple Arcade, it is Apple’s premium subscription gaming service that allows users to download and play games from the library for $4.99 per month along with a one-month free trial available to take it for a test run. There is also a one-year subscription available at $49.99 per year, saving $9.89 over the monthly price.
Apple Arcade gives access to over 100 games across Apple TV, Mac, iPhone, and iPad without in-app purchases and ads. The gameplay for Warp Drive can be seen below:
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