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This racing game will whisk you across four locations around the globe, including the streets of New York City, the tricky corners of Dubai, the fast-paced racing terrain of Zhang Jia Jie and the unforgettable Tokyo roads. You'll race through 20 stages of star-collecting action, performing new techniques and becoming the best in the world at Gymkhana. You'll also be able to compete with fellow racers through online leaderboards, and unlock some Openfeint achievements for your personal collection.

The game comes with tight on-screen touch controls which deliver an unprecedented feeling over your cars. The fast-paced visuals also bring your device alive with wondrous sights, as you whisk through city streets and take the curves like a pro.

Best of all, if you want to relive your best moves, Gymkhana Racing comes with a recording mode. You can record all your best stunts and then show them off to your friends, daring them to keep up with the pace.
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