Free-to-play game combines cartoon combat and arcade racing.
Indian gaming portal Zapak.com has launched Crazy Kart 2 (CK2), the sequel to the original Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) racer Crazy Kart. According to Zapak, "Crazy Kart is one of the most successful sports games in China and was recognized as the No. 1 Casual Game for Teenagers by Ministry of Culture in 2008". Although we suspect that Borat may have written this press release, it doesn't really matter because you can play this game for the excellent price of free. I Like! CK2 delivers an MMO spin on cartoon-themed arcade racing, with its own microeconomy offering upgrades, avatars, maps, and souped-up karts. The game has 50 maps, over 150 karts, and 25 avatars on offer at the moment. The online racer allows gamers to team up and take on Boss Chase Battles, in which you can earn perks to customise your kart and power-ups to nuke your enemies. Here are some of Crazy Kart's features to help you decide:
Boss Chase Battle: Users can team up with their friends to play the Boss Chase Battle online & win special awards.
License Upgrade: Users can take on the Evolution Challenge and win prizes.
Race Score Mode: Users can increase their scores by challenging their friends and upgrade their score badges for every race that they win.
AvatarPark & Kart Park: Extra space to park Karts & Avatars.
New In-Built Anti-Hack System: An anti-hack system that restricts users from using any kind of third-party software to hack/cheat in-game.