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Waveryder Kickstarter

Candella Software has launched a Kickstarter for Waveryder, a boat stunt-racing game they plan to bring to Windows, Linux, and OS X if their fundraising campaign can generate the £6,600 they seek for its development. Here's what they have in mind:

Harking back to the classic boat racing games of the 1980’s and 1990’s, Waveryder combines stunning cutting-edge visuals and exciting arcade-style gameplay. Set in exceptionally detailed photorealistic real-world locations such as Venice, Lake Zurich, Niagara Falls, Egypt, Paris, London, Goa, and Prague, Waveryder pushes modern PC hardware to its limits.

In addition to arcade racing, the game also features a dedicated Stunt Mode. Available in both singleplayer and multiplayer, Waveryder’s unique stunt mode allows players to engage turbo and leap over some of the most stunning bridges in the world. These iconic bridges include the Calatrava Bridge (Venice), Tower Bridge (London), Charles Bridge (Prague) and Pont Neuf (Paris).

As the boats leap over the bridges, time slows down, allowing players to execute multiple acrobatic stunts. Based on the quality of their stunts, players receive achievement points and unlock trophies. All achievement points can be uploaded to a global leaderboard.

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