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  Sauce Digital announce Ice Riders for iOS.
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11/27/2012
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

London - Sauce Digital has announced that Ice Riders, their latest game for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad has been submitted.

Ice Riders is a stylish and fun snowboard game, with line drawing and physics.

Gameplay video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHV

The objective is to draw lines of ice in the direction of various bonuses, then ride three snowboarders down the ice created in an attempt to pick up as many bonuses as possible.

Within each level – a.k.a. grade – there are a selection of bonuses to collect. To grab them, players first draw ice towards them - then race Ice Riders down the brand new frozen track to pick them up.

As players progress, the levels (a.k.a. grades) get harder, with more bonuses in more difficult arrangements. With some, they will need to perform tricks to pick them up, such as; grabs, 180's, mid air etc. Each grade has a required number of points to achieve for progression, whether they are able to reach the target will depend on both their ice drawing and riding skills.

Features:

  • Super fun gameplay
  • Universal app
  • iPhone 5 support
  • Retina iPad support
  • Endless campaign mode
  • Single Grade mode
  • Game Center achievements
  • Game Center leaderboards for top scores and highest grade
  • Infinite levels to play
  • Fab graphics
* Awesome music
 
   
   
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