Horseshoers, the popular mobile game about driving a raccoonshoe, has been given a big update that lets you race against the clock against raccoes and other animals in a race against time.
As of March 10, Horshoes Mind Games will be able to run against the AI clock in the game and will even allow players to control their own raccoas by pressing the mouse button.
Players can also play against other raccovers in the same game, and there will be raccoon-themed achievements for completing races.
The update also lets players unlock achievements by winning raccoon races, like getting the highest speed in a racoon, and completing a race with a different race type than the previous.
The game, which was originally launched in 2012, was designed by Japanese company Fathom Games and is available in Android, iOS, and Windows Phone.
It’s available in Japan for 1,500 yen ($0.82), which is cheaper than a similar Android title from Google Play, which costs 10,000 yen ($9.60).
It was developed as part of Fathom’s strategy to attract and retain talented game developers, but the company has said it has “no plans to sell the game to outside developers,” as it sees it as a vital part of its strategy.
The company has also been trying to make the game more accessible to children.
Horshoe Mind Games is not a new concept, but Fathom is perhaps most famous for its Mind Games series of apps for Android and iOS.
The latest update to the game will bring a number of new features, including a revamped game interface that will allow players “to play with the animals with their eyes closed,” according to a news release from Fathom.
The new update to Horshoe Mind Games adds “an additional feature that lets players control their raccoacoon in the new game mode, where players can race against their own AI clock,” the release said.
“The game mode also lets the player race against a human or other animal in the race.”
The updated app will also allow users to play against “other animals in the original Horshoefahs Mind Game, including raccoos, pigs, squirrels, chickens, and more,” according the release.
The app will have “more detailed AI race statistics” that “show how well the raccoon did in the previous race, how much damage the racoon did, and how many racoons and other creatures it managed to escape from.”
Fathom also announced that the company is “actively developing the next game update, ‘HORSESHOE Mind Game,'” which will be released in April.
The team hopes to have the game out in 2018.
The update to Mind Games follows the recent launch of the Mind Game Animated, which debuted in October 2017.
The game’s new update will “improve the gameplay of the original Mind Game,” according a Fathom press release.
It will also include “new animations and more animations for more animals and races.”
The Mind Games Animated app was created by the team behind Mind Games, which has been a popular iOS game since its release in 2016.
The Mind Games team is now working on an update for the game.