Vector Unit releases Riptide GP 2 with Tegra-exclusive enhancements

Vector Unit releases Riptide GP 2 with Tegra-exclusive enhancements

Vector Unit, the team behind Riptide GP and Beach Buggy Blitz, is back with a brand new water-racing game for your Android consideration. Available in Google Play Store and TegraZone, Riptide GP 2 features rocket-powered jets with realistic physics and fun gameplay.

Riptide GP™2 is the full-featured sequel to the premier console-quality water-racing game on mobile. Riptide GP2 kicks everything into overdrive, with intense online multi-player races, upgradeable hydro jets and riders, improved graphics, an all-new career mode, and a whole new stunt system with dozens of new tricks!

 

Featuring rocket-powered hydro jets racing around futuristic tracks across a dynamic and interactive water surface, Riptide GP2 delivers a fast, fun, and visually stunning racing experience.

Incidentally, Riptide GP 2 features some really awesome enhancements for those of you with Tegra processors, including the upcoming NVIDIA Shield. What sort added goodies, you ask? Extra-crisp HD graphics, complex shaders, high res textures, dynamic lighting, and real-time shadows, that’s what.

Riptide GP2

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. bob
    July 23, 18:31 Reply

    Really getting tired of the tegra versions, how about targetting some of the other high end mobile gpu’s. Its not like I can swap out my nexus 10 gpu

  2. Byron Scholar
    July 23, 19:46 Reply

    This “optimised” crap really grinds my gears. Need someone like Chainfire to make another way of enabling these on non tegra.

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