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FEATURES
- Simple but challenging one-touch gameplay
- Fun, head bobblin' graphics
- Blast along increasingly challenging tracks
- Realistic physics & real motorbike sounds
- Earn points by pulling off huge jumps and crazy flips

GAMEPLAY
Fathead features a track that becomes increasingly challenging as you move along it. The track is divided into sections with checkpoints - you can return to the most recent checkpoint if you crash or get stuck. Points are acquired as you move along the track, and bonus points are awarded for doing stunts. Passing checkpoints awards points multipliers. Returning to a checkpoint cancels the multipliers, so the goal is to keep moving, and keep doing stunts!

GRAPHICS AND SOUND
Fathead graphics are mastered for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The visual style is bright and engaging. We have used real 4-stroke motorbike sound samples. Because the gameplay is so simple, there is a single 'help' screen that shows how to control the bike. Players can quickly return to the previous checkpoint, or access other menu options from within the game.
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