Ski Safari 2 coming to Android on September 30th

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Those trying to get their game on will have a fun time this week, when Ski Safari 2 is finally making its way to Android. The game has been on iOS for about a month, so this definitely comes as good news to those who have been waiting for the popular app to hit Android. Now we know it will finally hit the Google Play Store on September 30th, which is this Wednesday.

Just in case you are out of the loop, Ski Safari 2 succeeds a very popular game. The first Ski Safari has a 4.7-star rating and 500,000-1,000,000 installs in the Google Play Store. Those are definitely some numbers your average game can’t easily achieve. Furthermore, we listed it as one of the best Temple Run alternatives around, so you know it’s a game we are fond of.

With Ski Safari 2, Sleepy Z studios takes the former game and improves upon it by adding more vehicles, tricks and even animals to your races. The dynamics are pretty simple, even if the games is packed with fun elements and plenty of features. You have to make your way down a hill with either Sven or Evan. There will be obstacles and natural disasters (including avalanches, tornadoes and lava flows) that will make it hard for you to continue your rush.

You can also go down these hills with style, as there are plenty of tricks and stunts you can pull off while making your way down to safety. Gamers will gain gold coins and use them to upgrade their equipment, gear, costumes, and vehicles. Yes… vehicles! Not only that, but you can use animals to help you through your journey (including eagles and a yeti).

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Ski Safari 2 truly has it all. It’s not free, but that’s good for those who would rather not deal with advertising, limitations and in-app purchases. Not to mention, it’s not a bad deal at $1.99, especially for a game this fun and well-elaborated. Are any of you getting Ski Safari 2 once September 30th comes around?

By | 2015-09-29T00:00:05+00:00 September 29th, 2015|Android Related, Just the Tablets|0 Comments

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