OK, so it looks like Crazy Kart’s little more than a quite incredibly shameless Mario Kart clone, but there’s no denying the smoothness and quality of the action in this little video demo. It’s already up, running and looking way more than half-decent on iPhone.
Clever use of the touch screen for controls and the developer told MacRumours it’s also currently experimenting with tilt options and landscape display possibilities. Plus wi-fi multiplayer for up to four people is pencilled in.
All bloody good work considering how recently the iPhone developer kit was actually made available.
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