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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Mountain Bike: Simulator gets you face to face with some off-road mayhem

ComboApp, a leading publisher of mobile learning applications as well as leading digital Marketing and PR Agency, has announced the launch of Mountain Bike: Simulator for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.



Utilizing kinetic 3D graphics together with edge-of-your-seat action, this dirt biking simulation is as much a racing game as it is an edge-of-your-seat rollercoaster ride! The game includes a variety of different terrains, challenging levels, and fun extras that players can experience en route to becoming virtual biking masters.
Mountain Bike: Simulator is currently available for download on the Apple App Store.

This simulation game lets players enjoy the hair raising exhilaration of dirt biking through five wildly diverse areas. The game's five main riding areas include vibrantly rendered Forest, Mountain, Winter, Park, and Urban zones. Furthermore, to ensure that players are always challenged the game's campaign is structured via twenty five unique and sequentially more difficult levels. In addition to the games expansive campaign, Mountain Bike: Simulator also offers users the chance to take an arcade style spin on their biking experience with X-Training Sprint, a separate mini game included within the app. To help make Mountain Bike accessible to beginning or inexperienced players, the game includes a fully fleshed out training level where new riders can hone their skills before embarking on the app's main game campaign.
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About ComboApp
ComboApp is emerging digital marketing/PR Agency focused on utilizing effective web based promotion to raise awareness and drive sales of newly released apps. The organization also maintains an active mobile application publishing arm, focusing on providing consumers with the highest quality mobile learning resources currently available on the mobile marketplace.

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1 comments:

sensitive said...

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