(PRWEB) April 8, 2010
Miniclip.com (http://www.miniclip.com) and RedLynx (http://www.redlynx.com) today launched the eagerly awaited follow-up to the massively successful Monster Trucks Nitro. Simultaneous launching online at Miniclip.com and on iPhone takes Monster Trucks Nitro II to over 57 million game players across the world.
Live out your fantasy with Monster Trucks Nitro II as you drive big-engine, 4-wheel drive beasts over enormous obstacle courses. The new game rolls out advanced game physics, breathtaking 3D graphics, more trucks, all new levels, and global high scores.
- Ride High in the Pickup, 6-Wheel ATV, Rocket and MAC
- Fully dynamic, three-dimensional environments
- Wreck cars, demolish track structures, run over trees; destroy just about everything that stands in your way!
- Twenty thrilling tracks with three different sprint levels for each
- Player Achievements, Friends Leagues and Global Scoreboards
- Experience bigger sounds and more spectacular crashes on the latest iPhone and iPod Touch devices!
Monster Trucks Nitro II is the adrenaline-fueled, action-packed sequel to Miniclip.com’s worldwide best-seller, Monster Trucks Nitro. This heart-thumping game sequel is sure to crush the competition.
“We live for launch days. They bring to a culmination all the hard work by our development teams. When a game goes live it makes all that effort worthwhile,” said Alex Williams, Head of Games for Miniclip.com.
“We’ve installed exciting additional features to an already very popular game; fans of Monster Trucks Nitro will love the new challenges we’ve given them. Unless you can get on board one of these bad boys for real, Monster Trucks Nitro II is the closest that you’re going to get to driving an insane set of wheels over the biggest and most challenging of race tracks.”
Tero Virtala, CEO, RedLynx said “Publishing games across multiple platforms that gamers around the world want to play is our passion; it’s what we do. Monster Trucks Nitro II is just such a game and we’re thrilled to be working with Miniclip.com on this exciting launch.”
“In addition to our own talented people and development skills, good partners are a crucial part of the success of our games. Miniclip is an excellent example in this type of leading partner: a truly giant player that well understands and reaches casual gamers.”
Check out the iPhone game trailer at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbO_y1rZWkc
Download more info, press materials, higher quality video, and screenshots:
The iPhone game can be purchased from: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=353976136&mt=8
The free flash-version can be played at: http://www.miniclip.com/games/monster-trucks-nitro-2
For further information, please contact:
Storm Marketing Communications Ltd
+44 (0) 7985 962919
CEO Tero Virtala
+358 40 582 9735
Miniclip.com is the world's largest online games website with over 57 million unique users per month. It has grown rapidly through organic, word of mouth marketing, without any paid advertising. Robert Small and Tihan Presbie formed the company in 2001.
Miniclip.com has seen dramatic growth since inception and has been profitable for seven years. It now operates in 15 languages and has a truly global presence with offices in four countries. Miniclip.com focuses on providing high quality online entertainment experiences. The games are fun, intuitive to play, and quick to load.
Already, this year, industry-leading commentator TechCrunch has ranked Miniclip.com as one of Europe’s top three tech company start-ups.
Miniclip.com won the prestigious Webby Peoples Voice Award, the "Oscars of the Internet" for the Internet's best game site for a record three consecutive years.
RedLynx Ltd. is a multiplatform game developer and publisher based in Helsinki, Finland. Since its founding in 2000, it has developed or published more than 100 games on many platforms, including Xbox™ Live Arcade, Nintendo DS™, Sony PSP®, Apple iPhone™, Apple Macintosh, PC, web, interactive TV, and mobile phones. RedLynx is a trademark of RedLynx. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.