Montreuil, November 23th, 2011.
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the series, Anuman Interactive announces the launch of Moto Racer 15th Anniversary (under the label Microïds - Games for All) on PC, Mac, iPhone and iPad.
Launched in 1997 by Delphine Software, the Moto Racer saga conquered its audience with its arcade playability, quirky scenarios (including races on the Great Wall of China) and high-speed sensations. Fifteen
years on, the publisher Anuman Interactive is launching a new multi-platform opus aimed at two-wheel race fans.
A worthy successor to the earlier parts of the series, Moto Racer 15th Anniversary brings together more than a dozen circuits and thirteen bikes in three different gaming modes.
The Moto GP mode is based on speed and offers
gamers the chance to compete on circuits at over 300
km/h. Selecting bikes according to their specifications
(acceleration, weight, speed and turbo power), they
take their place on the grid. And when the race begins,
they have all the information they need to go flat out:
position, mini-map of the circuit, speed etc. The joystick
offers classic playability, while gamers can switch to
gyroscopic playability by using the iPad or iPhone as
the handlebar. Four race views are available (distant,
close, cockpit and revolving camera), and the Moto
Racer series features a Turbo button allowing riders to
raise the front wheel and accelerate quickly.
For gamers who prefer sliding around in the mud, Moto
Racer 15 Anniversary offers two additional modes.
Much like the Moto GP mode, SuperCross offers the
chance to compete on dirt tracks and beat your rivals to the line.
The more artistic Freestyle mode pits gamers and their rivals on the same SuperCross tracks but with the task
of using the touch pad to perform stunts and collect as many points as possible. And the only way to do that is
to execute the most complex stunts and stay on two wheels as you land. The Figures column lists the stunts
available and the number of points they are worth.
There are three difficulty modes in each Moto Racer 15th Anniversary game mode (Beginner, Competent and
Expert). Gamers have the choice of starting a championship, competing in individual races or racing against
the clock in a bid to beat track records. Rookies also have the option of using an automatic braking aid to help
them negotiate tight bends.
"Moto Racer 15th Anniversary" est multilingue : Français, Anglais, Espagnol, italien, Allemand.
Pour les possesseurs de PC, l’édition Collection rassemble "Moto Racer 15th Anniversary" ainsi que les jeux
Moto Racer, Moto Racer 2 et Moto Racer 3 Gold Edition.