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  Chaos Ride - Episode 2: Released for iOS and Android
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

UK, August 5, 2014 - Chaos Ride - Episode 2 has been released for iOS and Android.

Chaos Ride is a series of futuristic arcade racing games, built entirely around launching your vehicle around tracks at insane speeds. You play by driving a glowing hover-cycle along an elevated high-speed tunnel. The only way to gain momentum and win the race is to bend the laws of physics to your will by angling your hover-bike at optimal trajectories along the course, depending on which direction the tunnel takes. For example, downhill gradients will cause you to accelerate, riding up the inside wall of a bend will make you accelerate, etc. All of this is done while competing in a race against five AI vehicles.

As the second part of a three-part series, Chaos Ride - Episode 2 aims to deliver more of the features that consumers liked from Episode 1, while addressing any issues that they didn't. For example, Episode 2 features much more variety in its environments than Episode 1, as you speed along alpine mountains, dense forests, and through volcanic ash. The track design is more sympathetic to players, allowing them to see gradients and bends long before they approach them. Plus, the track design itself is more interesting, this time drawing as much inspiration from roller coasters as it does from ordinary racing. This is the episode where you can fly through corkscrews and loop-de-loops at 600mph, or barrel roll through the air over an erupting volcano.

Here is the full list of features:

  • No in-app purchases.
  • Extremely fast gameplay, with vehicle speeds of up to 600mph.
  • More challenging track designs than Episode 1, featuring vertical loops, horizontal corkscrew bends, and jumps.
  • High-fidelity graphics.
  • Six tracks (three tracks with forward and reverse variations).
  • Five game modes: Race, Marathon, Eliminator, Time Trial, and Survival.
  • Fifteen time/score-attack challenges per track. 90 unique pieces of gameplay in total.
  • Vehicle customisation. Tune your vehicle to deliver the best speeds for each track.
  • Unlockable content. Come first in events to unlock more customisation options.
Press Quotes:

" Hitting the track at 600mph - we don't care that it doesn't make sense when it's this awesome!"


" blisteringly fast racing through twisting tubular tracks"


The launch trailer can be found here:

The app can be downloaded for $1 from the following locations:

App Store:

Google Play:

About sc0tt games:

sc0tt games is an independent developer of mobile games. Founded three months ago, its core focus has centred on simple yet high-concept ideas with easily accessible gameplay.

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