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ECA Games announces the launch of the Rock(s) Rider game

Today, ECA Games announced the launch of the physics-based motorcycle trials game called Rock(s) Rider. The game will be available in the App Store for $2.99 beginning on 31 May 2012, and it will be universal for the iPhone and iPad.

Prague, the Czech Republic, on 23 May 2012 – Today, ECA Games announced the launch of the physics-based motorcycle trials game called Rock(s) Rider. The game will be available in the App Store for $2.99 beginning on 31 May 2012, and it will be universal for the iPhone and iPad. The game has been developed using the Unity 3.5 engine, and it utilizes the maximum available technologies and effects.

Rock(s) Rider brings a new entertainment dimension thanks to implementation of components that are not completely common for this type of game. Contrary to similar games, players can slide on structures with a modified motorbike, drive a three-wheeler, compete side by side with the boss in races, acquire a wide range of skins for the bike and attire for riders, and, on top of that, it is possible to bet on completion of challenges in every ride. Offered bets keep changing and, therefore, everybody can choose the most advantageous one. The whole game is accompanied by a story from the underground racing environment.

The game is optimized for devices from iPhone 3GS up to the latest iPad. The team of developers decided to accommodate all requests for variability of control. You can choose from 9 variants, and you have available combinations of control via the accelerometer, horizontal and vertical buttons, or a slider. Levels are divided into several categories. The basic levels will be evaluated based on time. In so-called “collection” levels, it will be important to collect as many stars distributed around the course as possible.

The game upgrades will have even more types of courses, including several bonus ones. Players will be able to develop their abilities, improve their times, unlock more courses, and complete special tasks. Individual courses will be sorted into thematic graphical sets, such as a construction site, hall, railroad station, etc.

Screenshots

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