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Get This Show on the Road - Top Gear Road Trip Races onto Google Play

Let Loose on the Ultimate Road Trip across Europe Together with the Top Gear Team

Helsinki, Finland, September 7th, 2017 - Helsinki based mobile game developer Motorious Entertainment, in partnership with BBC Worldwide, today announced that its debut mobile release ‘ Top Gear Road Trip ’, based on the world’s greatest motoring show Top Gear, is now available globally on Google Play for Android devices. Featuring 120 levels, Top Gear Road Trip is a casual action packed match-three racing game, that allows players to join the official BBC Top Gear team in an adventure across the British Isles and Europe, playing classic challenges inspired by the TV show and building a collection of cars to compete against friends, enemies and frenemies.

Top Gear Road Trip is not your usual match-three game”, said Jari Pauna, CEO and Creative Director of Motorious Entertainment. “ Adding racing mechanics and building puzzles inspired by Top Gear show, has let us create a truly fun and fresh experience. So pimp your ride and start the road trip of your life today!

Top Gear Road Trip presents some of the most legendary and beloved challenges from the Top Gear TV show. The game’s casual but action packed match-three control mechanics with mid core gameplay elements, enable players to progress on a map from England to France, through the Alps, Italy and onwards on a road trip saga. Strategy, planning and car tuning are essential to win the puzzle races and reach various Top Gear challenge levels.

Top Gear Road Trip features Top Gear Challenges, where players attempt to beat their own records and build a dream car collection for competitive play. Alternatively players can race fellow drivers in a league format to compete Top Gear Challenges, including the infamous Rocket Robin, Toyboata and Burnout challenges.

Download Top Gear Road Trip on the Google Play: topgear.game

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To learn more about Motorious Entertainment visit: http://www.motorious.fi/

More information:

Jari Pauna, Motorious Entertainment, CEO & Creative Director

Jari.pauna at motorious.fi

About Motorious Entertainment

Motorious Entertainment Ltd. is a Finnish games developer and publisher based in Helsinki, founded in 2015 by games, media and entertainment veterans Jari Pauna and Timo Poijärvi. With 12 employees, Motorious Entertainment is focused on fun and addictive games for mobile devices. The Motorious team team has a rich pedigree in mobile, console and PC game development with a number of launched titles on their roster, including the FlatOut series, Sega Rally, Ridge Racer Unbounded, Brawl Bolts, Angry Birds, Angry Birds Stella, Angry Birds World Tour, Angry Birds Space  and Bad Piggies.

About BBC Worldwide

BBC Worldwide is a principal commercial arm and a wholly owned subsidiary of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Its vision is to build the BBC’s brands, audiences, commercial returns and reputation across the world. This is achieved through investing in, commercialising and showcasing content from the BBC around the world, in a way that is consistent with BBC standards and values. The business also champions British creativity globally.

In 2016/17 BBC Worldwide generated headline profits of £157.3m and headline sales of £1,059.9m and returned £210.5m to the BBC.

For more detailed performance information please see our Annual Review webpage: bbcworldwide.com/annual-review/.

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