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Logitech Sponsors New Racing Game by Glass Bottom Games

Bestselling Wireless Gamepads Now Available to GRAVITAZ Kickstarter Backers


DENVER, CO (April 24, 2012)— Glass Bottom Games LLC, an independent developer of video games for PC and mobile devices, today announced that the company has engaged Logitech, a world leader in computer accessories, to provide fans with the most fulfilling entertainment experience possible. As part of the company's Kickstarter campaign for its futuristic combat-racing game, GRAVITAZ, a limited number of pledges will include a complimentary Logitech F710 Wireless Gamepad. Supplies are limited to the first 20 backers at the new $65 tier.

In GRAVITAZ, players fly jet-propelled hover vehicles for fame and glory on the rough-and-tumble courses of the world's first antigravity racing league. Players compete with computer and ghost opponents against time on delicate tracks scaffolded over the faces of skyscrapers and down through city streets with a diverse pool of vehicles, from scratch-built garage projects to high-end sponsored racers. With the Logitech F710 Wireless Gamepad in competent hands, midair collisions and detours through office buildings will be kept to a minimum.

“Our latest game, GRAVITAZ, breaks new ground in the combat-racing genre, but games like this just don’t feel right without full analog controls,” says Megan Fox, cofounder of Glass Bottom Games.“With the Logitech F710 Wireless Gamepad, I believe players will experience the game as we intended.”

Learn more about how to bring futuristic racing into the present at www.GravitazGame.com.


About Glass Bottom Games LLC:

Glass Bottom Games LLC is a Denver-based independent developer of video games for PC and mobile devices, such as The Savage Garden and GRAVITAZ. Founded by industry veterans in 2011, Glass Bottom Games creates exciting, new player-centric worlds where interactivity, exploration, and choice matter.


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