Let the Country Roads Do You Some Good
This is for all you city slickers out there. You may believe in your paved roads, your traffic safety rules, and your laws of gravity and motion, but country folk like to keep things simple. If your car can move, then it's still good; there's no need to worry if it'll pass inspection or if its doors are still attached. Likewise, if you can drive it across a bumpy dirt road without flipping, scale a nearly-vertical cliff without sliding, or leap over a chasm and land on your wheels without popping an airbag, then it's a keeper. Most of all, if you're confident you could take your rust bucket and beat all your friends in an impromptu street race, then you'll know for a fact just how much better driving can be out here in the countryside.
No Wimps Allowed
The roads of Hill Climb Racing have always been dangerous. They're bumpy, they go straight up mountains, wind along cliff-sides, and are riddled with gargantuan gopher holes. That's just the way Newton Bill and his ilk like it! As you struggle to stay upright on those same bumps, burn your tires trying to scale those mountainsides, and go flying into the air, you'll learn to like it too.
Tune Your Ride
It takes guts, grit and a lot of trips to the emergency room to make a name for yourself on the roads of Hill Climb Racing 2. However, it also takes some well-greased wheels and an engine that purrs. Take care of your ride, give her some much-needed improvements, and she'll take care of you.
There's Gold in These Hills
If you like driving, if you like thrill-seeking, if you like competition, and you cannot absolutely stand gravity, then it's time to abandon everything you know about the racing genre and give old Hill Climb Racing 2 a spin. It's got everything: racing, tricks, hazards, vehicles, more hills to climb than you can shake a stick at, and plenty of chances to kick gravity right in the keister! With Hill Climb Racing 2, you can experience all the fun that driving has to offer without any of the hassle from Mister Sir Isaac Newton.