Jaipur, India, April 23, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Systweak Software recently launched its Nintendo-inspired car racing game on iOS. The well-known software development company had made its foray into the world of gaming with Knight Jumper which is available on iTune App Store.
Mobile gaming largely attracts a young crowd. However, Speed Fever has been created to cater to the 40+ age group. Systweak’s core objective is to create easy-to-use utility and entertainment apps for those who are not too comfortable with modern technology. The makers of Speed Fever consciously made an effort to design an android car game prototype that appealed to the 80s and 90s video game addicts.
As the name suggests, speeding cars zoom past each other on a cleverly designed track. As the player progresses, he/she will be faced with increasing levels of difficulty and frequent obstacles. The player has to dodge the hurdles and speeding cars while driving at a breakneck speed. A leaderboard, neat graphics and interactive features make Speed Fever extremely user friendly. It involves no complicated commands.
· 5 Levels of Speed Fiesta
· Changing Road/Weather conditions
· Static and Moving Car Hurdles
· Treacherous Road Blocks
· Fuel Cars to increase life
· Oil Dump Skids
Mr. Shrishail Rana, CEO of Systweak Software opines, “Gaming apps are quite the rage today. But sadly, it is mostly intended for the younger generation. We want to recreate the favorite teen memories of the 80s (and 90s) kids. Speed Fever is just one small step towards the same.”
“I was fixated on my Nintendo during the 90s. I thought we should give something to our generation to relive their best gaming memories. That is how Speed Fever was born. Knight Jumper, our first game for iOS did well. We hope to get a good response for Speed Fever too,” says Mr. Prashant Sharma, Game Developer at Systweak.
Speed Fever requires an iOS Device. The game is available on iTune App Store. For more information visit www.systweak.com
It’s free for a limited promotional period. For more information visit www.systweak.com