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Posted 20 August 2013 - 04:30 AM

Flippfly recently announced the launch of its "endless racer" Race the Sun. The game puts players in the cockpit of a solar powered aircraft racing to keep under the rays of the sun. To celebrate the release Flippfly also unveiled a new launch trailer showcasing the game's racing action.

Every day, a new wold of infinite landscapes beckons you forward through treacherous hazards and the devious constructs of player-created realms. In this world of exotic dangers, the only assurances are speed and death.

Race the Sun is the deadly-fast endless racer that challenges the limitations and expectations of the genre, and you can play it today for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

The rules are simple: don't crash, rack up points, and keep boosting to keep your solar-powered craft in the ever-sinking rays of the sun. Race the Sun uses a mixture of hand-crafted and procedurally generated stages to provide a unique world every day, and invites users to create and share their own.

Features:
  • Endless racer for the hardcore crowd.
  • Inifinite worlds that change daily for continuous challenge.
  • Ridiculously-hard Apocalypse Mode.
  • Tools for world-creation and -sharing.
  • 25 levels of ship upgrades and customizations.
  • Relay sharing. Pass your run off to someone else, or complete others.
A fully independent release and Kickstarter-success, Race the Sun is the first game from the brotherly duo of Flippfly

Read more about Race the Sun at the links below.
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Posted 20 August 2013 - 08:01 AM

mMmm.. I have to try this one out at some point... Flashback to being a kid, playing those kind of games.
"They're everywhere!"

And now, time for some Legend of Zelda.

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