Chillingo is excited to announce that its post-apocalyptic endless runner, The Last Driver will be launching tomorrow on the App Store. Get behind the wheel of a series of death machines ranging from gun-strapped muscle cars to zombie-shredding trucks, as you attempt to survive nuclear armageddon, alien invasion and a zombie uprising! Drive for as far as you can through the ravaged wasteland, banking coins as you tear across varied deadly environments. Upgrade your vehicles with better gear and weapons (including a prototype laser cannon) in hopes of making it another mile in your next play. Players' hopes of surviving the zombie hordes, alien nasties, and even an outta-time T. Rex are gonna rest in ther reflexes and skills!
The Last Driver Features:
- Shoot and dodge zombies as they climb onto your car, throw rocks, barrels and charge at you with unknown strength and speed.
- Complete objectives to earn coins and customize your car with armor and weapons.
- Varied environments each with their own dangers intent on stopping you in your tracks.
- Choose from three different control setups.
- UNIVERSAL: Works on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
Developer: Cristiano Bartel
Trailer and Screenshots: http://chillingo.com/games/last-driver/
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Trailer and Screenshots: http://www.chillingo.com/games/robbery-bob/
For more information please visit www.chillingo.com.
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Chillingo, a subsidiary of Electronic Arts, is a leading games publisher on iOS with numerous award-winning hits around the world including Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, Contre Jour, and Anomaly Warzone Earth. The company also publishes games for Android, Windows Phone 7, Steam, and other digital platforms. For more information about the company and its games, please visit www.chillingo.com.
About Cristiano Bartel
Cristiano is an indie developer based in Brazil.