After only a few days Bumpy Road has managed to climb it's way up the App Store Top Paid 25 games charts in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, New Zeeland, China, Mexico, Sweden and Finland to name a few.
The love story on four wheels is not only a success with the consumers– Bumpy Road's metascore at metacritic.com is 86, which makes it among the highest rated iOS games released. Here is what the media says:
”While Bumpy Road is indeed a solid high scoring game, it’s the peripheral elements that transcend it from being merely a well-made video game to an unforgettable experience ... if you like high scoring games or touching works of art, then you won’t want to miss Bumpy Road”
- Jared Nelson, Toucharcade.com
”Bumpy Road is one of the best purchases I’ve made on the app store. Not just because the gameplay has a hook unlike anything I’ve played on an iOS device, but also because it’s got a fantastic aesthetic. This is so clearly a labor of love ...” - Anthony Gallegos, IGN.com
”… playing it means feeling love, not love for the designers or the medium or the state of being meaningfully distracted or the sense of communion with everyone who does this or even the game itself, but love.
The feeling of love.” - Ryan Kuo, Killscreendaily.com
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Simogo was founded in 2010 by Simon Flesser and Magnus”Gordon”
Gardebäck and is based in Malmö, Sweden. In December 2010 Simogo released Kosmo Spin, which was awarded with”Best Swedish Casual Game”
at the video game awards”Dataspelsgalan” and nominated for”Best Nordic Handheld Game” at the Nordic Game awards. Kosmo Spin is also among the highest rated iOS games on metacritic.com with a Metascore of 83. The founders handled the art and technical direction on the critically acclaimed game ilomilo and other merits include work on remakes of gaming classics such as Lode Runner, R-Type and Tecmo Bowl.
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