Official Mad Skills Motocross for IOS Trailer Released

On sale on the App Store worldwide on January 10, 2011

MORGANTOWN, WV – January 07, 2011 ( Motor Sports Newswire) – Swedish developer Turborilla and American motocross website Racer X Online have released the official trailer of the highly-anticipated game Mad Skills Motocross, coming to iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad on Monday, January 10. It’s based on the critically acclaimed desktop game of the same name.

Widely considered the best side-scrolling racing game ever made, Mad Skills Motocross for IOS features unparalleled physics, a mind-boggling 52 tracks ranging from easy to extremely technical, and arcade-style power-ups that further differentiate Mad Skills Motocross from all side-scrolling racing games before it. Also, the included OpenFeint interface allows players to battle with friends via challenges, and also to compete on local and global leaderboards.

Mad Skills Motocross is presented with the support of four major motocross-industry sponsors: American Suzuki, Motosport, GoPro, and KICKER Audio.

Adam Cianciarulo, arguably the fastest mini-cycle rider on the planet, demonstrates a friend-to-friend challenge with one of our beta testers. Can he hang with Hoop? Check out the challenge video below:

Log on to www.madskillsmx.com on Monday, January 10, to download.

Contacts:
Development: Tobias Andersson – tobias@turborilla.com
Marketing/press: Bryan Stealey – bryan@racerxonline.com

For more information, visit the official Mad Skills Motocross for IOS webpage: www.madskillsmx.com

Follow @madskillsmx on Twitter: www.twitter.com/madskillsmx

About Turborilla
Turborilla (www.turborilla.com) is an independent game developer founded in 2006 by Tobias Andersson. Their mission is to work hard to bring joy into the gaming world and turn passion into games. Their office is located in Umea, Sweden, and is always open to anyone who wants to come by and talk about computer games.

About Racer X Online
Racer X Online (www.racerxonline.com) is the world’s leading motocross and supercross enthusiast website. Since 1998 they’ve been delivering news, features, and multimedia covering the high-energy world of professional motocross and supercross. Racer X Online is the online counterpart of Racer X Illustrated, one of the motorcycle industry’s most respected glossy magazines.