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Altitude0 Takes Off

Gugila announces the launch of Altitude0: Lower and Faster, their aerial racing game that is free-to-play, but has some features only open to supporters. The "Lower and Faster" part refers to how the game rewards players for flying as low as possible. Here's a gameplay trailer, and here's word:

This game is about speed, skills and competition. It's really up to you and not about a predefined in-game character, whether you improve your flying skills and become a flying ace. You will feel like an air race pilot, thinking about how to shave off fractions of a second at each corner and curve, and how to fly at best angles. Dance in the air!

Altitude0: Lower & Faster has a single player mode where you compete against replays of others and also an online multiplayer mode. A special "Freeway" multiplayer mode makes it possible to join the race at any time and a big number of players (30 and more) can participate in the same race. If there aren't enough real players present in the race, replays of random pilots will be spawned to spice it up. Freeway race will always be alive and kicking no matter how many players are around at the same time.

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