Vector Unit releases Tegra 3-optimized Beach Buggy Blitz

Vector Unit releases Tegra 3-optimized Beach Buggy Blitz

Vector Unit, the developers behind the popular and incredibly addictive Riptide GP and Shine Runner

, have just released their latest game, Beach Buggy Blitz. Like their last game, this one is designed with special features that only a Tegra 3 quad-core processor could deliver.

We had a chance to look at this casual driving adventure game back at Google IO and found it to be anything but boring.  The endless driver will definitely appeal to fans of games like Temple Run and the graphics are the stuff that nerd dreams.

Initially an exclusive Tegra title, the game will launch on additional mobile platforms at a later date.  Should you have an NVIDIA-powered beast , you can enjoy special enhancements such as motion blur, lens splash, dynamic headlights in caves, and real-time rendering of car shadows.

The game is set to be live any moment now so be sure to refresh the Google Play link!

[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vectorunit.yellow” variation=”hotpink” target=”blank”]Download Beach Buggy Blitz (Google Play)[/download_link]

[download_link link=”http://www.tegrazone.com/games/BeachBuggy” variation=”mossgreen” target=”blank”]Download Beach Buggy Blitz (Tegrazone)[/download_link]

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