Create your own crazy race tracks with DIY Racer!

Rotterdam, 3rd of April 2013 - DIY Racer skids onto PlayStation® Home! DIY Racer is Codeglue’s race game with RC (Radio Control) cars that turns your PlayStation® Home apartment into a crazy race track. What your race track will look like is totally up to you! Re-arrange and stack your existing furniture or use Codeglue’s specially designed objects to build the wackiest race track you can come up with! Invite a friend, select a nice car and race for the best times! You can check out the trailer for DIY Racer here:  http://youtu.be/FxpR2bMilyk ;

Peter de Jong, creative director of Codeglue:

"We have created some pretty cool tracks ourselves, but what we are most curious about is what weird tracks the players are going to create! So we invite everybody to send us a YouTube video of their awesome homebrew tracks!" 

Features:

- 6 RC cars with their own horn sounds 

- Do crazy stunts and tricks!

- A single and multiplayer mode 

- Various rewards 

- Many specially designed ramps, half pipes, etc.

About Codeglue

Codeglue is an independent Dutch game studio that creates games for the latest generation of consoles, tablets and smartphones. We strive to create authentic games that are unique and accessible which shines through in games like Rocket Riot 3D and ibb & obb. We are licensed to develop for Xbox 360, Windows 8, PS3, PS Vita and for all smartphone platforms. Codeglue is also one of the leading publishers in PlayStation®  Home, selling virtual goods and games from its Cardboard Cartel store.

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More information on Codeglue:  http://www.codeglue.com  


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