64th Street, Rival Turf!’s precursor soon on iOS. 

Paris, France– February 25th, 2011– DotEmu, developer and publisher specialized in bringing retro games back to life, is proud to announce imminent releasing of beat them up: 64th Street - A Detective Story.

Originally developed and published in 1991 by JALECO, this symbol of the arcade generation will be available for download worldwide on the Apple AppStore in mid-March 2011.

64th Street is the first opus in Rushing Beat series, it spawned Super NES classics Rival Turf! and Brawl Brothers.

First video preview:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fq7bxWuRfyM

Run through New York in the 50s and track“the Legacy”, an evil organization responsible for many kidnappings. Try to find the daughter of one of the most influential men in town. Play the atypical detective duo Rick and Allen. Both are ready to fight the villains and free the girl!

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64th Street - A Detective Story will be available on the AppStore on mid-March 2011

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About DotEmu:

DotEmu, a publisher/developer has the mission to bridge the gap between the best of the old video games on today and tomorrow devices: Flash, iPhone and PC. In May 2010, DotEmu opens its own gaming digital distribution shop and distributes today over downloadable 80 titles. DotEmu has a strong community of gamers who have played DotEmu's Flash titles over 100 million times. DotEmu has worked on several projects including Street Fighter II– Champion Edition on Adobe Flash, R-Type, and Gobliiins on iPhone and Boulder Dash on various platforms. Created in early 2007, DotEmu provides services and technologies to customers in Europe, USA, and Japan. 

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