February 16, 2010– Los Angeles, CA– GameHi, Inc., the U.S. division of the blockbuster online games maker from Korea, GameHi Co., Ltd, officially announced today Transpee, the free-to-download, free-to-play extreme online multiplayer racing game. Interested players can register at http://transpee.gamehi.com to take part in the upcoming closed beta test scheduled for February 19-21.
Transpee offers players a thrilling online racing game boasting innovative 3D tracks, unique cars and characters, and customization options to make each user's experience different. The addictive multiplayer races are set on six elaborate adrenaline filled maps like the 3D Roller Coaster track featuring massive jumps and cars without breaks! Closed beta testers can get a feel for its easy-to-learn yet hard to master controls, single, team, speed and item racing modes, and endless car modifications. Players can choose among several characters including Denis, the leader of a bike gang, or Arumi, a female cop who chases after him, but soon realizes her passion for racing.
The characters might be cute, but the cars are dangerous offering players the ability to carve up another's car and use a variety of stunt skills. The car's surfaces are designed to produce optimum speed using the air-pressure of the cars ahead. Their reinforced durability and physical system enable drivers to use a driving strategy allowing massive crashes with the other drivers. The elements controlling each car's distinct running characteristics include; weight, wheel size, steering angle, horsepower, tires friction, and engine characteristic curves. These new technologies also allow parts of the car's bodies to be replaced with more aerodynamic pieces to improve the car's ability to draft another.
Interested players can learn more at http://transpee.gamehi.com.
About GameHi, Inc.
GameHi, Inc. is theNorth American operations and publishing arm of GameHi Co., Ltd., the Korean-based manufacturer of online games. GameHi first started its business by providing KT and KTH with game portal services in 2000, and since then has developed Dekaron (2Moons), a three-dimensional (3D) massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG); Sudden Attack, a military first person shooting (FPS) game, Metal Rage, a 3D mechanic third person shooting (TPS) game, and Transpee, an extreme 3D online racing game. In addition, seven more titles are currently under development.