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  • Summary: Snow Rally 2012 is packed full of challenging rally courses ranging in difficulty from Beginner to Extreme that will test your ability to find the best way to complete each track and unlock all achievements. ? OpenFeint Achievements ? Custom Track Builder ? Wi-Fi or BlueTooth 2-Player ? RaceSnow Rally 2012 is packed full of challenging rally courses ranging in difficulty from Beginner to Extreme that will test your ability to find the best way to complete each track and unlock all achievements. ? OpenFeint Achievements ? Custom Track Builder ? Wi-Fi or BlueTooth 2-Player ? Race Against Ghost ? Global Leader Boards ? Lots of Built In Tracks Race on 30 challenging rally courses that vary in difficulty from Beginner to Extreme. ? Build Custom Tracks Make your own rally tracks with custom jumps, cliffs, etc. Use the Level Builder to create, save, load, and edit 10 custom tracks. ? Real-Time Multi-Player Real-time race against a player on a second iPhone/iPad/iPod on the 30 global leaderboard tracks or on your own custom tracks. ? Two balance control schemes: Vertical Slider or Tilt to Balance. ? Two Computer Players Two computer racers will copy your previous two races on each track to give you some competition. ? Race Against Your Ghost Optionally save your race and then re-play it in the form of a ghost to race against. ? Five-Place Finish Line Time Tracking Ghost racer time, your time, two computer vehicles times, and Wi-Fi BlueTooth opponent race time is displayed on the five finish line track time slots, so the competition is more real. ? OpenFeint Achievements & Leaderboards. NOTE: To race against a player on another device, you must have one of the following: 1) Have BlueTooth enabled on both devices and be within BlueTooth wireless communication range, or 2) Have Wi-Fi enabled on both devices, both devices can connect to the same Wi-Fi router that supports local peer-to-peer networking (default on most home routers, but not on most "Internet cafe" routers). OVER-THE-INTERNET CONNECTIONS ARE NOT SUPPORTED AT THIS TIME. Expand
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