[gamescom]: Curve Digital and Lucky Mountain Games Ltd. announce retro arcade-style racing game, RACING APEX

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London, UK – 22nd August 2017 

[gamescom]:  Curve Digital and Lucky Mountain Games Ltd. announce retro arcade-style racing game, RACING APEX

– Coming to Steam and consoles in 2018 –

Today at Gamescom, award-winning publisher Curve Digital announced that Racing Apex from Lucky Mountain Games Ltd. will be coming to Steam and consoles in 2018.  

Inspired by the look and feel of classic arcade racing, Racing Apex combines fast-paced driving action alongside vehicular combat with a multitude of weapons to destroy the enemy before they reach the finish line. Players will race it out in a variety of race modes, including both local and online multiplayer.
With a large array of characters and vehicles to choose from, players will be thrust into the world of Racing Apex to battle it out and become the Racing Apex Champion.

Publishing Director for Curve Digital, Simon Byron, said We’re ecstatic about working with Lucky Mountain Games on Racing Apex. We know that there were a lot of other publishers clambering to sign this title, and we’re beyond happy to have Trevor and the team on board.”

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About Curve Digital
Curve Digital is one of the world’s leading publishers of games on PC and consoles. Since 2013, we’ve been working with some of the world’s best game developers to help bring their games to the widest possible audiences all over the world. From celebrated indie hits like Thomas Was Alone, The Swapper, Dear Esther and The Flame in the Flood, through to brand new titles like Human: Fall Flat, Stikbold: A Dodgeball Adventure and Action Henk, we’re passionate about what we publish. In July 2017 we were recognised by the celebrated Develop Industry Excellence Awards as “Publishing Hero” for our recent work.  

About Lucky Mountain Games Ltd
Lucky Mountain Games was founded in 2010 by 3D Artist Trevor Ley. Trevor has worked at EA, Sony London and Rockstar London. During this time he worked on a number of franchises such as Harry Potter, Battlefield, Burnout, Midnight Club and Max Payne. Since Lucky Mountain Games was started they have worked with a number of games studios from indie to AAA.

 
 
 
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Racing Apex - Grass Skid(PA)

Racing Apex - Carousel(PA)

Racing Apex - Car Flip(PA)

Racing Apex - Burnout(PA)

Racing Apex - Street(PA)

Racing Apex - No Stop Zone(PA)

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