The Xiaomi Redmi 2 is equipped with the same 4.7-inch 720 x 1280 screen found on the Redmi 1S. Under the hood is 64-bit, 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410 processor with 1GB of RAM. The native memory is 8GB and can be expanded via microSD. There is an 8 megapixels camera on the back, as well as 2MP front one. A 2200mAh battery powers the phone, and Android 4.4.4 is pre-installed.
This is a fairly simple game that requires over 60MB of storage. Tilt your phone to hold motorcycle on the road, change lanes, maneuver through traffic and so forth. There is a gas pedal, a brake and an intimidating message exclaiming that "you died" if you fail. The longer you stay alive, the more money is banked toward buying yourself a better, fancier motorcycle. This can become a long game if you persist. Nullapp is good to keep game updated.
....OK......what's wrong with the cars...my car is fine ....but every time I play the game the other cars aren't there and im always last ..and the cars pop up once in a while and disappear again and ..im always last ...its so annoying
For example, the cargo plane's auto-gear and cockpit view is great, but when I hit a cliff, instead of crash 'n burn, I found myself kept flying in a hollow zone, with no possible exits. Felt like I'm Jack Sparrow
I ordered a pair of boots and they didn't fit so I returned them, I never got my refund. I tried to get in contact with eBay but they never responded. If I get my money back then I will give this a higher review.
I enjoy it, but it's entirely too easy to accidentally lose progress and have to start over on the tournament levels. I've been unable to finish Champions Cup for over a month due to it.
Great game, love the graphics. But it's kinda boring when you play it a couple time. Make it multiplayer online and it would be perfect