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Miniature sequel Joe Danger Infinity racing onto the App Store this Thursday

By , on January 6, 2014
Last modified 4 years, 3 months ago

Fearless stuntman Joe Danger is set to return to the App Store in pint-sized form this week, courtesy of Hello Games's new stunt racer Joe Danger Infinity.

According to a report on sister site Pocket Gamer, the dev team behind the acclaimed motorbike racer Joe Danger has revealed that the follow up, which sees stunt rider Joe being shrunk down to toy-like proportions, is to come careening onto iOS on Thursday.

The game will have you guiding teeny-tiny Joe across kitchen tables, over toy trucks, and through stacks of dice in his ongoing mission to do the best stunts that a small man in a helmet and goggles can do.

Rather than offering a selection of short levels, Joe Danger Infinity will allow players to keep on driving indefinitely. You'll also be able to pilot 20 new vehicles including a tank, a selection of airplanes, and a firework.

If you like the idea of doing battle with your friends on a virtual scoreboard while jumping off a slice of melon, then set aside £1.99 / $2.99 to grab Joe Danger Infinity when it arrives on January 9th.