Gravity Rider is the last title of Vivid Games, and seems to be a bit of a change of pace for the developer.
Vivid Games usually offers deeper experiences for mobile devices, such as Real Boxing e, um, Real Boxing 2 (the one with Rocky in).
But Gravity Rider is a more casual experience, which offers lively futuristic racing emotions. The most interesting of all is that it uses a realistic physics engine – as it asks you to push blocks to build bridges and the like during the races.
Gravity Rider> F-Zero?
Ora Gravity Rider does not look like a hitter F-Zero but it certainly has a certain style – with clear images and clear and a good number of tracks on which to run.
Gravity Rider will be available via the App Store on September 6 and September 7 on Google Play. You can already check out a version of software startup on Android already in use.