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'Mini-Motion: Cars of Fury' Claims to be the First Active Video Game

by Rainier on Sept. 24, 2008 @ 6:15 a.m. PDT

Mini-Motion: Cars of Fury distinctively combines a motion-sensing controller modeled to look like a nuclear powered RC car of the future with a futuristic racing game, making an unparalleled gaming experience at the player’s fingertips.

More than a video game and toy, Mini-Motion: Cars of Fury distinctively combines a motion-sensing controller modeled to look like a nuclear powered RC car of the future with a futuristic racing game, making an unparalleled gaming experience at the player’s fingertips.

"Mini-Motion: Cars of Fury is fun, ruthless, and fast paced racing entertainment…the cool RC car controller combined with blazing speeds, fantastic weaponry and monster jumps places Mini-Motion: Cars of Fury in a category by itself,” said Loren Kaiser, President, Aptus Games. “Mini-Motion: Cars of Fury marks the debut title of four Mini-Motion games to be announced soon and available at retailers this holiday season.”

The Mini-Motion product line offers casual, avid, and non-gamers alike exciting alternatives to traditional PC/MAC game play. Mini-Motion players will experience a seamless tactile relationship between the controller and game, providing a new echelon of game play.

Mini-Motions: Cars of Fury requires no game installation, as content is streamed directly from the Cars of Fury disc. Players can also tap into the Mini-Motion online community, connecting them with other Mini-Motion gaming enthusiasts, where they can contribute to leaderboards and participate in a variety of forums centered on their gaming interests and passion for racing. Users will also have ability to download free bonus tracks and newly designed on screen cars.

Mini-Motion: Cars of Fury aligns a unique convergence of popular consumer trends, combining 3D game graphics, motion sensing controllers, unique collectability, and true plug & play simplicity.

Mini-Motion: Cars of Fury, rated E for Everyone, will be available at participating retailers in Q4 2008 for $19.99 MSRP.

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