STOCKHOLM, Sweden - April 26, 2010
Just when you thought you were getting good at it, Polarbit opens up the competition in its top selling mobile racing game, Raging Thunder 2. Polarbit today announced the latest update available for Raging Thunder 2. The upgrade features leaderboards and touch controls for the iPhone, iTouch, iPad and Android.
In addition to competing directly against other players in online races, users will now be able to compete with racers globally through the use of global, online high score lists. With the new upgrade, users can upload their best times and achievements (longest jump, highest speed) for each track to online leaderboards and view them by week, month, or all-time. Racers will also be able to virtually challenge their competition with the new ability to download ghost races from the leaderboards. Like the game itself, the leaderboards were designed in a cross-platform format so that competition can continue between iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android users.
The latest Raging Thunder 2 also allows users to customize their driving experience for more control of the car using the touch screen instead of the motion sensors (adjustable in game options).
Regularly priced at $4.99, you can purchase Raging Thunder 2 from the iTunes App Store for the next two weeks at a discounted price of $2.99. Download the game for iPhone and iPod Touch here: http://itunes.com/apps/ragingthunder2, and iPad here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/raging-thunder-2-for-ipad/id364894572?mt=8.
You can download Raging Thunder 2 for Android phones from the Android Market.
For more information please visit: http://www.polarbit.com/our-games/raging-thunder-2.
Polarbit is a leading developer of high-end 3D games and middleware for the mobile and handheld markets worldwide. They have developed acclaimed licensed IP for mobile platforms including Krazy Kart Racing, FIFA 10, Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 3D, Spore, Indy 500, Tiger Woods 07 and SSX. Polarbit also develops original games including the original Raging Thunder, ToonWarz, Armageddon Squadron, Iron Sight and others. Their proprietary middleware platform, Fuse, is used around the world by mobile developers looking for high-end 3D graphics, online excellence and cross-platform compatibility. Founded in 2005, Polarbit is a private company based in Sweden.
Sam Dalsimer, TriplePoint for Polarbit