Burn Some Virtual Rubber In ‘Retro Racing’. Now Available On The App Store

‘Retro Racing’ by independent developer, ‘Mr. Qwak’, features classic old-skool pixel racing at its best! Wrapped in a pretty package, this addicting racer lets you choose your car, then skid, slide, spin, hustle, and race your way around the track at neck breaking speeds. Power-ups can be collected along the track adding additional speed, acceleration, grip, and nitro boosts.

Compatible with the Apple iPhone®, Apple iPod touch®, and the Apple iPad®, ‘Retro Racing’ is the second iOS release by the developer. And ‘Mr. Qwak’ is no newcomer to successful classic games as veteran developer, ‘Jamie Woodhouse’, is the person behind the classic Amiga top-down racers, Nitro (Psygnosis, 1990) and A.T.R. (Team17, 1995). Having spent the past 12 months on the design, graphics and programming of ‘Retro Racing’, the result is a polished title featuring silky smooth, 60 frames-per-second graphics; a special head-to-head, 2 player mode (on same device, Apple iPad® exclusive), and Game Center support

‘Retro Racing’ is available on the App Store from here:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/retroracing/id436151675?mt=8

Journalists interested in a promo code should contact Indie Developer Consulting by emailing press@indiedeveloperconsulting.com. Members of the press are additionally encouraged to visit the following Hotlinks for further information on this, and other games by the developer.

Developer Website www.mrqwak.com

Developer Blog http://bit.ly/mrqwak

Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/MrQwak/170082616414957?sk=wall

Twitter www.twitter.com/mrqwak

YouTube™ www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhSW301hH1k

   


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