Utrecht, 4 th November, 2010 - Game development studio Xform is happy to announce the release of 3D browser based racing game Redline Rumble Revolution on game portal! The game has been officially released on the site the 2 nd of November and works with the Adobe Shockwave plugin. The game features full trophy support for members of the site.

About Redline Rumble Revolution

Redline Rumble Revolution is a remake of the popular original Redline Rumble game, originally released in 2003. The Redline series has spawned 3 sequels in the meantime and now finally returns to the gameplay of the original that started it all!

It's everything you love about the original Redline Rumble, but bigger, stronger, faster, and better looking! Deck out your vehicle with awesome new skins and get ready to rumble with an automatic or a standard transmission. Then hit the highway for a high speed race to the finish! Featuring a first-person perspective, 8 cars, 3 new skins for each car, and sweet trophies, like Swifter Shifter and Adrenaline Junky. Redline Rumble Revolution is all that and a whole lot more! Play today on

About Xform

Xform is a leading independent developer and publisher of browser based 3D games. We create games for the world’s biggest publishers, advertising agencies and game portals and have an extensive portfolio of successful games. Since 2009, Xform also develops games for popular home consoles, handhelds and mobile devices. Xform was founded in 2004 and has its headquarters in Utrecht, The Netherlands. More information about Xform and its products may be found at

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