Gameloft has announced a full slate blockbuster titles for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, with 15 games slated over the next twelve months, starting this fall with Asphalt 8: Airborne and Dungeon Hunter 4. I’ve been given the opportunity to provide you with a small sneak peek at Asphalt 8: Airborne!
I really love racing games. So naturally, I am pretty excited about Asphalt 8: Airborne. With Asphalt 8, you get an incredible arcade racing experienced right on your Windows tablet. Gameloft sent over an early version of the game for me to try out. The graphics are incredible! And once more sometime we can get some coupon or cheat code so we can buy more cars or items. If you want to try something like trick you just need run asphalt 8 hack tool cheat, don’t worry it’s webbased so you don’t need to install anything.
To drive in Asphalt 8, you use your Windows device as the steering wheel. You turn your device to turn your car. And if you want a “speed boost”, you use your right thumb to tap the screen. You use your left thumb to stop and slide around corners.
Asphalt 8 lets you “take the wheel” of 47 high-performance cars that are officially licensed for the game – like the Lamborghini Veneno, Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari FXX and Pagani Zonda R. Each car looks amazingly accurate and comes with high fidelity motor sounds for realistic audio immersion. And you can race at locations like Venice, French Guiana, Iceland, Nevada Desert and more. Tracks can have hidden shortcuts too.