San Mateo, CA.,–June 26, 2009– Digital Chocolate, today announced that 3D Rollercoaster Rush is now available on Apple's App Store. Adapted specifically for iPhone and iPod touch, this game will thrill players with its stunning 3D graphics and expertly crafted tracks with realistic coaster physics.
“We were thrilled to see the original Rollercoaster Rush become a top downloaded game in June," said Trip Hawkins, CEO of Digital Chocolate.“Apple customers who enjoyed the original are going to love this 3D version where camera angles shift with the coaster.”
3D Rollercoaster Rush comes with 40 different rollercoaster tracks set in the Wild West, each with a Challenge Race Mode where you can play against the designer of the game! The game leverages the devices’ accelerometer feature allowing players to easily accelerate and brake by tilting the device to make the carts go faster and slower.
3D Rollercoaster Rush is available for $4.99 from Apple’s App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore. There is also a free version available that will provide a limited number of levels.
For more information about Digital Chocolate’s apps for iPhone and iPod touch, go to www.digitalchocolate.com/iPhone.
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About Digital Chocolate
Digital Chocolate is a leading publisher of original, high-quality Omni games - games that reach mass market consumers across all platforms and are driven by social value, convenience and instant gratification. Consumers can "Seize the Minute!" with a catalog of more than 80 award-winning Digital Chocolate games available for Apple iPhone, smartphones, the web, Facebook, Xbox LIVE and thousands of different mobile phones in more than 80 countries. Recently Digital Chocolate had 4 different games chart at # 1 in the App Store in 4 consecutive months including Crazy Penguin Catapult, 3D Brick Breaker Deluxe, 3D Tower Bloxx Deluxe and Mini Golf 99 Holes Theme Park. The company has major offices in San Mateo, Helsinki, Bangalore and Barcelona and was founded in 2003 by Trip Hawkins, who was also the founder and CEO of Electronic Arts. Digital Chocolate partners with major mobile and media companies including Verizon, AT&T, Vodafone, Fox, Paramount, HBO, Google, Nokia, Samsung, and Sony/Ericsson. Leading competitors include Electronic Arts, Gameloft, I-Play and Glu Mobile. For more information, please visit www.digitalchocolate.com/iphone.
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