Middlesbrough - For Release: 27 July 2009 – Independent developer Assyria Game Studio has today revealed its debut mobile title due for release on iPhone and iPod Touch. The incredibly slick Future Racer is a high speed, anti-gravity racer boasting fully 3D environments and a wide range of fiendish tracks set to test your reflexes to the limit.
From complicated toxic sewer networks, winding forests littered with hazards and illuminated night-time cityscapes, each of the six tracks are bursting with character. Future Racer strikes the perfect balance between delivering high speed thrills and impressive visuals, without compensating style for speed.
Integrating full tilt control, the game is easy to pick up and play but difficult to master, with fiendish AI players and the ongoing pressure of racing against the clock. Moving away from combat-based pickups, Future Racer focuses purely on speed and skill, with power-ups including speed boosts and subtracting precious seconds from your finishing time.
-Simple accessible controls utilise the iPhone and iPod Touch tilt functionality
-Six wildly different tracks and six racing vehicles with differing strengths and weaknesses
-Compete against fiendish AI players to unlock medals and trophies
-A collection of beneficial pick-ups to utilise throughout each race
To request a promotional code and assets for Future Racer, please contact Ink Media via the details below. For more information on Assyria Game Studio and Future Racer, please visit http://www.assyria-game.com
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About Assyria Game Studio
Assyria Game Studio (AGS) is an innovative, new start-up game development studio based in Middlesbrough. Currently comprised of a collective of highly-talented placement students from Teeside University, UK, the five-strong team is concentrating on development for mobile platforms such as iPhone and iPod Touch.