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Control the Mach5 by tapping once to jump or twice to double jump over many challenging obstacles such as gigantic gaps, oil spills, quicksand, opponents and rolling logs dropped by the Mammoth Car itself… Make sure to always keep your eyes on the road and your fingers ready to activate the jump feature of the Mach®5 as well as other useful power ups.

Through 20 cliff-hanging levels, collect coins as much as you can to increase your score and unlock in game trophies. Complete with an extensive number of power ups, epic landscapes, vicious gaps and infamous car opponents such as the Black Tiger and Racer X. Speed Racer: The beginning will deliver you your daily dosage of challenging action and addictiveness.
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