Sequel to the award winning Jet Car Stunts.

WARNING: This game will challenge you.

- Crazy stunt driving on outlandish courses.
- Insane jumps.
- Ludicrous speeds.
- Manic car handling.
- Outrageous jet physics.

- 120 levels, 3 difficulties each. (The First 10 are free)
- 7 cars with varied handling.
- 4 Game modes.
- Level creation and sharing (Purchase required for saving and sharing)
- Global leaderboards with replays.
- Friend challenges.
- Controller support

Note: Using non-app store apps with JCS2 may break JCS2, causing it to crash every time on start up.

In-App Purchases: JCS2 has flexible options, either buy all in one purchase, or pay just for what you want.

What’s New

Version 1.0.26

- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
511 Ratings

511 Ratings

Editors’ Choice

The original Jet Car Stunts hit the App Store in 2009, bringing with it a refreshing blend of bite-sized racing and boosting challenges. This long-awaited sequel packs an even greater variety of trials, a huge selection of jet cars, and a full-featured level creator. Earning gold on each challenge is a Herculean task, but whether you’re racing, flying, or careening off jumps, this incredible follow-up will keep you engrossed and entertained.

Jack j p ,

Umm.....the Camera.

Well, the camera is broken. The game is completely unplayable because of this one problem. There is not a single way around it. I read the other reviews and this is not a problem strictly on my device. Please fix this problem!! I miss playing this game so please fix it. If it were not unplayable it would be a 5 star app.


A shameful extension of Jet Car Stunts

The magic of JCS is in its intuitive nature: drive the car through the course to the end. Even when at its most difficult, JCS1 was intuitive. You knew what to do and roughly how to do it, but it was still hard.

JCS2 ruins this format by replacing it with labyrinthine levels where you can arbitrarily fail a full minute into a course. There’s no indication of where to go or what to do, the gameplay concepts (grinding, jet management, momentum, etc) aren’t built out, and to make matters worse the HUD puts on a jazzercize session every time you move.

I don’t know why I even bothered to write this. It’s not like they’re going to make things better. It’s not even optimized for iPhone X.

App Privacy

The developer, True Axis, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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