Reckless ('Deliverace') Racing now apparently backed by EA's developer program

   22/07/2010 at 13:56       Phil May       6 COMMENTS.
Source - EA at Comic-Con
 - Reckless Racing, EA, Pixelbite, Deliverace, iphone ipad ipod touch

Don't panic, it's not an iPad-only game but Pixelbite have obviously impressed the socks off EA with Reckless Racing. So much so that the game is now an EA distributed title and falls under their developer program.

What does this mean? Not a lot but it means it actually exists, and players who've gone hands on with the game for the first time at comic-con have been playing it using iPads and retina display resolutions to good effect.

Pixelbite's top-down racer looks absolutely gorgeous and the iPad version seems to have some sort of "everyone pick a corner" multiplayer mode. Sounds like a lot of fun.

Once again no one wants to nail their colours to the mast of a release date, but don't be surprised if you see that sucker turning up on iTunes with the usual EA price of around £4.99 sometime very soon.

Meanwhile here's a new screenshot to feast your peepers on. Sexy isn't it.

Goldarn it I've probably run this trailer before but here it is again just to remind you how bloody great this game looks:

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