In the vein of games like Jet Car Stunts, Absolute Drift doesn't pit you against other racers but rather your own skills and challenging tracks. As the name suggests, it's all about drifting: duration, smoothness, chaining them together, and pulling off stunts in a minimalist playground of routes and jumps.
Absolute Drift starts out simply, easing you into drift-based gameplay. Simply shaving seconds off time trails isn't enough; for the best scores, you'll need to pull off fluid elegant drifts, painting the white roads and environments with the curving streaks of your tires. Modulating the speed and angle of your car is paramount to mastering drifting, especially when you shift from race tracks to free-roaming sandboxes filled with stunt challenges such as performing donuts or precisely drifting through gates and boxes.
As you improve your skills, you can activate ghost cars to truly test your drifting against your past performance and the best of the leaderboards. High score and drift mastery will be available when the Absolute Drift port arrives on iOS and Android later this year, published by Noodlecake. No release date has been stated at the moment.