Munich, Germany – Indie game developer vidiludi today released their first and most successful iOS title Highway Run on Android. The iOS version of Highway Run saw more than 660,000 downloads and is still experiencing more than 1,000 downloads every single day without spending a single dollar on buying downloads. These numbers make Gabriel Morgenstern, the owner of vidiludi very confident that they can repeat the success of their gangster themed racing game on Android to finally break the magic 1 million download wall!
In Highway Run you play a race car driving crook who executes direct orders from his evil underworld gangster boss named Le Boss. Every mission starts with a short part of your humorous story and launches you to bring destruction and madness to your Highway. The game supports different mission types along the way like high speed pursuits, destruction or rescue tasks, driving limousines, tanks or even UFOs and of course bringing the children of Le Boss to school!
Survive the massive highway traffic in front and the reckless cops behind you to fulfill your duty making your boss happy. This satirical gangster themed game will bring your reactions to a limit and a big smile on your face while you crash into the next roadblock followed by mad police cars.
* Smart traffic and very angry cops
* Various missions telling a funny story
* Drive all kinds of cars like tanks, limousines, race cars, school buses
* Use gas stations and rest areas to survive
* Lots of explosions
* Alien invaders
* It’s an indie game – it’s made with love
Highway Run runs on any iOS device with iOS version 5.1 or newer or Android 2.3.3 or newer.
Pricing and Availability:
Highway Run is available for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. You can purchase additional cars like the racing car for $1.99 (USD) or the Tank for $2.99 in the app.
vidiludi is an independent game developer based in Munich, Germany which was founded in 2010 by Gabriel Morgenstern. After two years of hobby/after-work game development, vidiludi released its first commercial game called Highway Run in 2012, which saw more than 660,000 downloads in Apple’s App Store. After this unexpected success Gabriel quit his job as Software Engineer in 2013 to live his dream: bringing his own game ideas to life. vidiludi published two other self-developed titles in the following months: Raccoon Rumble, a physics based cartoon puzzler, which was launched on the App Store and Google Play in August, 2013 and Driving Reckless, a hardcore racing game spiced with an endless runner theme, which was launched on the App Store and Google Play in December, 2013. Copyright (C) 2014 vidiludi. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.