LOS ANGELES - Oct. 17, 2013 - Reliance Games, a leading international developer and publisher of mobile games, has officially released Real Steel: World Robot Boxing ( WRB) on iOS and Android today, making the robot-brawler franchise free-to-play! WRB comes from the studio which developed Real Steel, the App Store smash hit with over 10M players worldwide. Real Steel: WRB offers outrageous finishing attacks, piston-punching action and high definition visuals of nuts and bolts flying all over the ring, as well as the rush of boxing with your friends/frenemies in real-time multiplayer.
Download Real Steel: World Robot Boxing for free today on iOS, Android, or Amazon: http://www.reliancegames.com/realsteelwrb
See the chrome carnage in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tW8bXTaxyU
“ WRB is going to set a milestone in the robot boxing brawler genre and I am very confident that gamers will feel the adrenaline rush in every moment of their gameplay experience,” stated Manish Agarwal, CEO of Reliance Entertainment Digital. “We at Reliance Games are thankful to the millions of fans who have played Real Steel and helped us improve the robot boxing genre over time. We hope WRB will be a fitting tribute to their love for Real Steel.”
“The mobile game series have become a key extension of the Real Steel franchise,” said Jeff Small, President and COO of DreamWorks Studios. “With Real Steel: World Robot Boxing, Reliance Games have delivered another exciting game to entertain game and movie enthusiasts.”
The gritty action of WRB takes place in a frenzied arena where boxing has gone high-tech. Players will fight, collect, and customize an awesome roster of titans towering over nine feet tall and weighing over one ton. Players slug it out to prove who has the real steel needed to become the Ultimate World Robot Boxing Champion!
Key features for WRB include:
- Twenty mean machine superstars from the original Real Steel game like Zeus, Atom, and Twin Cities are joined by new brawlers like Touchdown, HollowJack, Blockbuster, Biowar and more.
- Ten arenas can barely contain these hulking mechanical brutes.
- Four diverse modes: Championship, Time Attack, Daily Exhibition and Free Sparring to test your mettle AND your metal.
- Bigger, better, and now social! Take on friends in local Wi-Fi multiplayer and fight your way up the leaderboards.
- Customize bots with decals, load up with upgrades and get a fighting edge with power-ups!
- New special moves and cinematics come to life in full motion video action.
- Duke it out with friends or challenge new contenders worldwide to see who is a true champion!
- Real-time action that tests both strategy and reflexes… do you have what it takes?
About Reliance Games
Reliance Games is the mobile gaming division of Reliance Entertainment Group whose subsidiaries include entities like IM Global and Codemasters. Currently operating four studios worldwide, Reliance Games is a leading global publisher and developer of mass market mobile games.
Reliance Games' portfolio includes more than 600 games across various operating systems. Its roster of hit games includes Pacific Rim, After Earth, Real Steel, Total Recall, and F1 2011 among others. On the Nokia store alone, Reliance Games titles have collectively surpassed over 200 million downloads. Distributed across the globe, Reliance Games’ content can be accessed through 80 leading networks across 40 countries as well as global App Stores.
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About DreamWorks Studios
DreamWorks Studios is a motion picture company formed in 2009 and led by Steven Spielberg and Stacey Snider in partnership with The Reliance Group. The company’s recent releases include Spielberg's "Lincoln," starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones. The film has grossed over $180 million at the U.S. box office and was nominated for twelve Academy Awards® with Daniel Day-Lewis winning for Best Actor. Other releases include "Real Steel," starring Hugh Jackman and directed by Shawn Levy, Steven Spielberg’s "War Horse," based on Michael Morpurgo’s award-winning book and was nominated for six Academy Awards® including Best Picture, and "The Help," which resonated with audiences around the country and earned over $200 million at the box office and received four Academy Award® nominations with Octavia Spencer winning for Best Supporting Actress. Upcoming films include the WikiLeaks drama “The Fifth Estate,” the comedy “Delivery Man,” starring Vince Vaughn, and car racing actioner “Need for Speed,” starring Aaron Paul.