Dr. Driving 2
Games Like Dr. Driving 2 for Nintendo 3DS
Need for Speed: The Run, created by EA Black Box and Fireband Games is an action packed Car Racing video game. The story of the game revolves around the character of Jack Rourke Aka the protagonist who gets abducted by the mob for not paying back the loan he took. Finally after getting the word, the mob sets him free to take part in an upcoming race tournament, earn money and pay back the loan. Jack calls up his girlfriend and a longtime friend Jack Harper, tells them about taking part in the racing event and asks for some money and a car. After getting the money and car, jack pays the event entrance fee ($250,000) and starts up his career. This is where you get into the play as Jack Rourke and you get tasked with winning the races and saving the money to pay the loan. Need for Speed: The Run provides with cool racing cars from licensed manufacturers, great racing tracks based up on real life locations (Altamont Pass, Death Valley, los Angeles, Chicago, New York Etc.) and environments, great visual details, a well written story-line, fast action and thrill filled game-play and an open world.
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Dr. Driving 2 is a Simulation, Racing, and Single-player video game for Android and iOS developed by SUD Inc. It serves as a sequel to Dr. Driving and offers the same gameplay to the previous one. Throughout the gameplay, the player gets control over a vehicle where the main task is to complete the goals.
The game features an online mode where the player plays against other drivers from around the corner top win coins. Multiple cars are there, and the player has to collect many coins to gain access to all the vehicles. The player can replay the levels as many times as possible to gather coins.
The game has two control modes, such as wheel and tilt mode. In wheel-control mode, the steering, accelerator, and brake are there in the bottom, whereas tilt mode has brake and accelerator only. The player can view the environment from both first-person and third-person perspectives.