‘Red Bull Air Race the Game’ gives smartphones and tablets wings

New game to be released in September on Android and iOS

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‘Red Bull Air Race the Game’ gives smartphones and tablets wings The arcade racing game, developed by Roadhouse Interactive, will introduce players all over the world to the "world's fastest motor sport series."
By  Helen Gaskell Published  August 14, 2014

Red Bull Media House today announced the release of the new mobile game "Red Bull Air Race The Game" for iOS and Android which will be released in September.

The arcade racing game, developed by Roadhouse Interactive, will introduce players all over the world to the "world's fastest motor sport series." Flights will be on the virtual versions of the real routes of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship, which is contested by the 12 best pilots in the world on four continents.

"'Red Bull Air Race The Game' puts players right into the exciting world of this breath taking motor sport. Along with the Austrian favourite Hannes Arch and the current world champion Paul Bonhomme from the United Kingdom, over the course of the game players must also face some of the 12 pilots from the Red Bull Air Race in one of six original aircraft." Said Red Bull in a statement.

Featuring a tutorial to familiarise players with the controls, the game then switches to the pilot camp in Brazil to prepare for the racing season. There, players must complete a variety of tasks, such as finishing a perfect round, before then changing to career mode.

The game, which features a course in Abu Dhabi calls for quick reactions and sure instincts to manoeuvre the aircraft through the tight curves and loops as quickly as possible. In the virtual hangar, players can equip their planes with new paint jobs and upgrades that provide even more speed and aerodynamics.

"Red Bull Air Race The Game" will be available for free download on the App Store and Google Play from September 4th, 2014 in German, English, Italian, Spanish, French, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Russian.

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