Every issue of NZ Performance Car magazine ( www.performancecar.
co.nz” ) contains a fantasy car maxed out with the best gear. They
might not be a ordable (or even practical), but they’re all able to be
built. Whether it’s a 600hp dune buggy, a triple-rotor wheel-standing
at deck truck or a 700hp hybrid courier van, the team picks the wild
and wacky and shows us how it would look, giving us the specs and
build process you’d go through to create it.
Now, some of those creations are coming to Rally Legends. Players
will be able to download a selection of cars within the game. Each
one will have di erent handling characteristics. Some will be
suitable for drift, some for rally and some for arcade mode. Of
course, they’ll all be manic to drive in any of the 102 races contained
in Rally Legends.
Get your copy of Rally Legends here http://itunes.apple.com/us/app
Rally Legends is published by Parkside Digital and Rush Digital.
About Parkside Digital
Parkside Digital is a publisher based in Auckland, New Zealand. As
well as producing Flash games, it manages a number of websites for
local publishers, and is responsible for http://www.driftlegends.com
for iPhone and iPod touch, a number one racing game in
For media enquiries please contact Darren Cottingham
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About Rush Digital Interactive
Rush Digital Interactive (RDI) develops games andbusiness apps
for smart phones, leveraging cutting edge know-how and it’s own
innovative 2D and 3D technology to deliver top class experiences
for world class brands. Based in Auckland’s iconic Iron Bank building,
RDI prides itself on being an ideal and highly skilled engineering
partner for projects across keydisciplines. For more information on
RDI, please visit: www.rushdigital.co.nz.
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