Gravity Rider racing onto iOS and Android devices in early September

Gravity Rider racing onto iOS and Android devices in early September

Gravity Rider is the last title of Vivid Games, and seems to be a bit of a change of pace for the developer.

Change how?

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.