P3i signs RC Cars

Project Three Interactive and 1C Company today announced they have struck a publishing deal for the racing game R.C Cars for PCCDROM. R.C Cars features radio controlled cars racing on tracks set out in the real world, racing over a.o. beaches and through cities. The actual sized R.C. cars behave according to their real-world physics, but so does the environment they race in, with huge full size cars running them down and giant looking people trying to grab them or kicking at them. The game, created by the Russian developer Creat Studio and published by 1C, will be released in June 2003 in Western Europe and Australia by Project 3.
PROJECT 3 ANNOUNCES R.C. CARS Dutch publisher project Three Interactive and Russian publisher 1C Company today announced they have struck a publishing deal for the exciting racing game R.C Cars for PCCDROM. The game, created by the experienced Russian developer Creat Studio and published by 1C, will be released in June 2003 in Western Europe and Australia by Project 3. R.C Cars features radio controlled cars racing on tracks set out in the real world, racing over a.o. beaches and through cities. The actual sized R.C. cars behave according to their real-world physics, but so does the environment they race in, with huge full size cars running them down and giant looking people trying to grab them or kicking at them. Picking up bonuses on the track and using the many shortcuts guarantee everlasting re-playability, while in Championship Mode the player can gain access to car-upgrades and hidden tracks. R.C. Cars supports all kinds of game pads and joysticks, with multiplayer modes for splits screen play and for playing on a LAN and the internet also available. Project 3 COO Erik Schreuder said: "We are very excited to start working with a veteran games company like 1C and are aiming for more co-operation in the near future. R.C. Cars really is an extremely fun racing game, adding a truly interactive environment to the amazingly accurate r.c. car behavior and dazzling variety of tracks. It's playable on the majority of PC's out there while the graphics really look stunningly good. It simply is addictive, for both young and old." 1C Company International Sales Director Nikolay Baryshnikov said: "We are happy to sign a publishing deal with Project 3 for R.C. Cars as we believe that this company can provide aggressive marketing and great positioning for R.C. Cars. This is a great project that should be well embraced by the huge army of R.C. racing fans all around Europe. This game has already produced strong sales result in Russia and I look forward to its European launch".