UPDATED: Gameloft Teams Up With Thedroidguy For Shrek Kart HD Contest

One of the most popular and fun Gameloft games for iPhone, Shrek Kart,  has made it’s way over to Android.

Once upon a time Shrek and his friends were in a quest to see who had the fastest kart. In this awesome racer game for Android you control the Kart (car) of your favorite Shrek character and see who can win the Ye Grand Pre.  Shrek Kart features multiple levels and multiple tracks for hours and hours of interactive racing. You can choose to race in Shrek’s home in the swamp to the hallowed halls of Worcestershire High and even the palmed streets of far far away.

Shrek Kart features include:

4 single player modes (Single race, tournament, challenge and arena)
Local Multi Player Mode  (6 on wifi 2 on bluetooth)
Miles of racing fun (19 cups in the tournament mode and 72 challenges)
10 Unique Karts
11 Defensive and Offensive Power Ups
15 Tracks
More than 10 playable characters.

For More information and to buy the game now head over here to Gameloft

But Wait There’s More!

(Check out the awesome contest after the break)

Gameloft and Thedroidguy have teamed up exclusively to bring you an awesome twitter contest and prize in celebration of Shrek Kart.

From January 21, 2011 through February 4, 2011 We will send out tweets for a follow and retweet contest with Game Loft.  We will add the tweets here and we will also tweet them live. The prize is this awesome Shrek Kart go-cart which will be shipped directly to you from Gameloft.

One winner will be selected randomly by Gameloft to win the awesome Shrek Kart limited edition RC Go Cart. Good Luck!

UPDATE: As of Today 1/26/2011 this is the official tweet:

Shrek Kart for #Android. Follow & RT @gameloftandroid & @thedroidguy to win remote-controlled #ShrekKart from NKOK Racing https://j.mp/e6nn5M

4 Replies to “UPDATED: Gameloft Teams Up With Thedroidguy For Shrek Kart HD Contest”

  1. Is that a typo in your post title? You know, the name of the company sponsoring the contest?

    Gameloft is traditionally one word.

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