TWO TOP GEAR GAMES DEBUT ON THE APP STORE

TOP GEAR WHERE’S STIG AND TOP GEAR STUNT SCHOOL AVAILABLE NOW 

BBC Worldwide has launched two adrenalin-fuelled new games based on Top Gear, the world’s most popular motoring entertainment TV show. 

For all you petrol heads and boy racers out there in the gaming world who just cannot get enough of screaming around the streets and tracks of your cyber worlds at warp factor 9, then have the BBC and Top Gear got the perfect combination of gaming on the move for you?

Available on the App Store now, Top Gear: Where’s Stig and Top Gear: Stunt School are both ready to be downloaded for Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Top Gear: Where’s Stig brings the popular Where’s Stig book to life, and allows players to follow Stig to the farthest corners of the globe in an attempt to locate the faceless hero, as well as some of his most famous friends.

Top Gear: Stunt School provides the player extreme challenges to complete by modifying their car with ridiculous extras such as jet engines, huge wheels and hang-glider wings to name but a few. In fact, there are over 2 billion different combinations of add-ons and modifications, which players can also use to try and beat a lap time set by The Stig around the infamous Top Gear test track.

“These two new Top Gear games for the the App Store offer superb playability and look fantastic. We’re confident they’ll be enjoyed by Top Gear fans of all ages.” said Robert Nashak, Executive Vice President of Digital Entertainment at BBC Worldwide.

Top Gear: Where’s Stig is available for £1.79 (iPhone and iPod touch) and £2.39 (iPad), and the Top Gear: Stunt School app is available for £2.39 (iPhone and iPod touch) and £2.99 (iPad) on the app store, or from www.itunes.co.uk/appstore.

Top Gear is the world’s leading motoring entertainment programme, and is one of BBC Worldwide’s flagship brands, airing in over 170 countries worldwide.

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