MACH: Air Combat for Mobile Puts Players in the Cockpit in a Race Against Time
PARIS March 30, 2007 - Vivendi Games Mobile, a division of Vivendi Games, today announced the release of MACH: Air Combat (Modified Air Combat Heroes). MACH: Air Combat delivers an exciting and unique combination of racing and aerial combat, putting players in the cockpit of futuristic jet planes in a deadly race to the finish line.
Mobile gamers have been waiting for a good air combat title for some time, one which involves flying skill as well as shooting, said Paul Maglione, president of Vivendi Games Mobile. Players will appreciate the high-quality sound and graphics of MACH: Air Combat and enjoy the intense action in one of four unique playing modes. The title puts players in charge of the cockpit as they engage in battles of extreme sky racing against other pilots or alone at speeds in excess of 600 MPH.
MACH: Air Combats special features include gut-churning barrel rolls, extreme G-turns and death-defying fly-bys. Players will experience deadly air combat at violent speeds and can use a variety of powerful weapons including machine guns, missiles and flares to blast enemies out of the sky.
Adrenalin levels are kept sky-high by 10 remorseless opponents who will stop at nothing to claim first prize. Players can unlock six different planes as they progress throughout the game, snatch available weapon power-ups, and steal speed boosts to rocket past foes.
MACH: Air Combat for mobile is now available on wireless networks throughout Europe. More information about the game can be found at www.vgmobile.com
About Vivendi Games Mobile
Vivendi Games Mobile ( www.vgmobile.com ), a division of Vivendi Games, creates and publishes quality titles for the mobile games market. The division runs a global business, with its headquarters, operations and an internal development team in Paris, a US-based team in Los Angeles and its Centerscore studio in San Mateo, California. The company publishes games based on original IP, popular entertainment licenses and classic Sierra Entertainment IP, which are distributed by more than 90 operators and dozens of Web portals in 60 countries around the world.