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RaOne: Genesis is based on Bollywood's most eagerly awaited movies of the year, RaOne, scheduled for release on Oct. 26. The film was conceptualized by “King  Khan” himself, Shah Rukh Khan, Bollywood’s megastar, who also stars as G.One.

In the game, the next generation superhero can solidify electricity and use it to bring down any form of enemy. Equipped with special abilities and weaponry, iOS gamers must survive relentless waves of attacks from RaOne’s minions and encounter epic boss battles while exploring futuristic terrains, each more deadly than the first. With an aim to build on the franchise, the game will be episodic in nature, introducing new levels and a story that will continue to progress.

The game’s other features include:
- Three separate terrains that grow more challenging throughout the game.
- Cinematic cut scenes to create an immersive story-driven experience.
- Purchasable weapons, armor and other upgrades.
- A Game Center feature to track your unlocked achievements or publish them on your Facebook wall.
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