Spil Games Launches Lose the Heat 2.

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I like racing games like this where you can play cops and robbers, it’s rather fun.


On the heels of over 700 million cop cars destroyed in Spil Games’ exhilarating free-to-play racing game, Lose the Heat, today Spil Games launches the sequel to its massively popular hit, Lose the Heat 2.

Available for play now at http://www.agame.com/game/lose-the-heat-2.html, Lose the Heat 2 takes the over-the-top explosive action of the original title to new levels as players are challenged to survive high-octane police pursuits full of devastating booby traps, pile-ups, explosions, ramps, crossfire and racing action fit for purist adrenaline junkies. Additionally, Lose the Heat 2 raises the stakes even higher with the incorporation of 18-wheelers and motorcycles as new methods for the man to take players down.

Since its launch in August 2010, Lose the Heat has established itself as one of the most popular browser-based racing games, with an average of 6.1 million gameplays per month. In this time, 1.3 billon logs have been used to crush cop cars, 20 million bridges have been destroyed, and 160 million water towers have been demolished—all in an effort to Lose the Heat!

Lose the Heat is one of our most popular racing games,” said Oscar Diele, CMO, Spil Games. “This time around, we have gone all-out to ensure that the sequel raises the bar in every department. Lose the Heat 2 is one of the most action-packed games we’ve ever created—we can’t wait to see how our players embrace its explosive elements!”

Released in August 2010, the original Lose the Heat has seen:
• More than 55 million game plays
• 189 million missions completed
• 160 million water towers toppled
• 1.3 billion logs used to thwart persistent cops
• 20 million bridges destroyed by cunning players
• 700 million cop cars demolished

To play Lose the Heat 2, check out http://www.agame.com/game/lose-the-heat-2.html.