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Kamikaze Race

Free Android app coming next month.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

TastyPlay.com announced today that Kamikaze Race will be released as a free app for Android devices in early October, featuring OpenFeint support for cross-platform competition.

 

A deceptively simple slot racer, Kamikaze Race features a harried trip through rush hour traffic strapped into a car with no brakes and a stuck accelerator. The simple premise makes it perfect as a quick racing game. Two virtual buttons at the bottom of the touchscreen are used to steer back and forth. There's no brake, and the accelerator is stuck, so avoiding traffic while the car slowly accelerates is the key to success.

 

Kamikaze Race is one of the first Android games to integrate OpenFeint for online high scores and achievements, allowing for cross-platform competition between Android and iOS Kamikaze Race players.

 

Developed and published by TastyPlay.com, known for their variety of flash games, Kamikaze Race is sure to please racing game fans looking for a quick break on their Android cell phones. The game will be available on Android Market in early October free of charge.

 

About TastyPlay.com:

TastyPlay.com is an online gaming portal operated by Orb Games Limited, with a focus on delivering free games to its visitors. In 2010 Orb Games/TastyPlay started to develop and publish games for home consoles and mobile devices, such as Sony PlayStation® 3, Sony PlayStation® Portable, iOS and Android handhelds. First batch of titles to be released includes TastyPlay’s online smash-hits Kamikaze Race and Homeboy Heroes, as well as PC classic Stardrone.

For more information, please visit http://www.kamikazerace.com, http://www.tastyplay.com or follow us on Twitter @tastyplay

 

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