Flashbike Arena is a UDK iPhone and iPad game which features the next generation mobile graphics of Unreal Engine 3 including next generation shaders and rigid body physics. The game itself is a third person arcade style racing battle where you ride a futuristic motorbike that leaves a colored wall in its wake. Causing other players to crash into your wall or their own earns points. Additional points and multipliers can be earned by collecting the “energy cores” left behind as the wreckage of a fallen adversary. These energy cores are how the bikes get their power and generate their walls!

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Flashbike Arena, a UDK iOS game has been released by Two Gear. It is available now for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Flashbike Arena is a single player arcade style racing battle in which players attempt to earn points by causing opponents to crash into the colored wall that trails behind their “Flashbike”. Enemies who have crashed leave behind the “energy core” of their bike, these may be collected to earn additional points and multipliers.

Posted by KarlKarlJohn on Sep 20th, 2011

Two Gear is thrilled to announce their first iOS game, Flashbike Arena, has been released and is now available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch! Flashbike Arena is a single player arcade style game developed using the UDK. Get it Here!

In Flashbike Arena you control a "Flashbike" which leaves a colored wall behind it. The goal is to earn points by causing your enemies to crash either into your bike's wall or their own. As seen below Flashbike Arena is launching with Game Center support including unlockable achievements.

In Flashbike Arena when an opponent crashes an orb appears. This orb is the core of the Flashbike, which powers it. The key to earning maximum points is to collect these cores to earn point multipliers. The more cores you collect consecutively, the higher your multiplier will be, up to 8x!

To give a better idea of the gameplay we've also released a video of the in-game tutorial which was created as a Kismet sequence.

Flashbike Arena was developed by a 3 person team, we'd love to hear any feedback or suggestions to help us improve the game for future updates.

For more information visit FlashBikeArena.com

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naughthere Sep 22 2011 says:

Something about those flashbikes looks familiar, but I can't quite put my finger on it...

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