Microsoft Studios has today published a new version of Doritos Crash Course on Windows 8. Now known as Crash Course Go, this new edition sees you play through twenty five challenging platform levels using either touchscreen, keyboard or game pad.
In Crash Course Go you race your Xbox LIVE Avatar and post your best time on each course. Then, see your course times on leaderboards, and see the positions of your friends. If you are higher up the list, you can brag, if you are lower down the list, you have incentive to beat them. Crash Course Go features the original Doritos Crash Course levels and also the ones introduced on Doritos Crash Course: City Lights.
Sadly, Crash Course Go is not free as it was in it’s original form on Xbox 360. Instead, according to Metro Gaming, Crash Course Go is priced at £0.99 GBP. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest Xbox titles launched on Windows 8.