Drift Legends

Drift Legends

Drift Legends is a top-down, 2D drifting game with 25 tracks spread over 5 countries, four cars, and a whole lot of corners to slide around.

You start as a newbie drifter in New Zealand and work your way through five tournaments – New Zealand, Australia, England, America and finally to the birthplace of drifting, Japan.

Along the way your cars get upgraded, and global leaderboards enable you to compete with fellow drifters.

There’s plenty of bonus material, too. Ten unlockable wallpapers, 15 original soundtracks and mindbendingly addictive physics give Drift Legends excellent replayability.

Drift Legends is available for the iPhone in its full guise, but you can play a stripped down version on the Drift Legends website.

Drift Legends is a top-down, 2D drifting game with 25 tracks spread over 5 countries, four cars, and a whole lot of corners to slide around.

You start as a newbie drifter in New Zealand and work your way through five tournaments – New Zealand, Australia, England, America and finally to the birthplace of drifting, Japan.

Along the way your cars get upgraded, and global leaderboards enable you to compete with fellow drifters.

There’s plenty of bonus material, too. Ten unlockable wallpapers, 15 original soundtracks and mindbendingly addictive physics give Drift Legends excellent replayability.

Drift Legends is available for the iPhone in its full guise, but you can play a stripped down version on the Drift Legends website.

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