App description: Carmachia is a competitive arcade game for 2 players. Here the action doesn't stop, the cars are constantly moving, and is up to you to steer them into victory.

Challenge your friends to a deadly duel on the same device in two different modes or check out Survival mode, where you can improve your skills and try to beat your best time. Choose between 14 vehicles spanning 100 years of automobile design (real and fictitious alike) to find the ones that suit your driving style.

Set in a post-apocalyptical country in 2075, Carmachia puts you behind the wheel of the cars of the High-Octane Gladiators. In the deserts and junkyards scattered across the land, you must use all the weapons and items at your disposal to overcome your opponent.

Re-live the old-school competitive experience and master your reflexes and ability to plan ahead; the more you play, the more you discover all the strategic possibilities!

- Multi-layered, highly competitive play for 2 players on the same device.
- Innovative gaming experience somewhere between vehicular combat and figure skating.
- Handcrafted digital painting-style graphics.
- Unlock 14 vehicles, 6 power-ups, 5 arenas, hundreds of arena set-ups and 12 paintjob options as you play.
- Some cars are faster, some are thinner, some are cooler: pick the ones that make you a better gladiator.
- 3 game modes: play Coliseum and Shootout with your friends or Survival mode by yourself.

Carmachia is the first game by newcomer indie Brazilian studio Luderia. For more information and support, visit our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/playluderia

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NZ Release info :

The Game is out in New Zealand. It should be out in US at about 11 PM EST and Europe at around 12 AM UK time. Size of the app is 45.2 MB.

Price in NZ is $2.59 which should translate to USD $1.99

Requirements :

Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.

Carmachia is a competitive arcade game for 2 players. Here the action doesn't stop, the cars are constantly moving, and is up to you to steer them into victory.

Challenge your friends to a deadly duel on the same device in two different modes or check out Survival mode, where you can improve your skills and try to beat your best time. Choose between 14 vehicles spanning 100 years of automobile design (real and fictitious alike) to find the ones that suit your driving style.

Set in a post-apocalyptical country in 2075, Carmachia puts you behind the wheel of the cars of the High-Octane Gladiators. In the deserts and junkyards scattered across the land, you must use all the weapons and items at your disposal to overcome your opponent.

Re-live the old-school competitive experience and master your reflexes and ability to plan ahead; the more you play, the more you discover all the strategic possibilities!

- Multi-layered, highly competitive play for 2 players on the same device.
- Innovative gaming experience somewhere between vehicular combat and figure skating.
- Handcrafted digital painting-style graphics.
- Unlock 14 vehicles, 6 power-ups, 5 arenas, hundreds of arena set-ups and 12 paintjob options as you play.
- Some cars are faster, some are thinner, some are cooler: pick the ones that make you a better gladiator.
- 3 game modes: play Coliseum and Shootout with your friends or Survival mode by yourself.

Carmachia is the first game by newcomer indie Brazilian studio Luderia. For more information and support, visit our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/playluderia
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10-09-2013, 07:22 AM
#2
Joined: Mar 2010
Location: Washington D.C.
Posts: 3,100
I really like the shared tablet gameplay experience. Color me curious...
10-09-2013, 11:58 PM
#4
From the video of the gameplay the single player gameplay isn't only racing destroying boxes is it? Hope there is something A bit more challenging?

Last edited by soundshaper; 10-10-2013 at 02:59 AM.
10-10-2013, 10:33 AM
#5
Joined: Jun 2013
Location: Santa Maria, RS - Brazil
Posts: 17
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Originally Posted by soundshaper View Post
From the video of the gameplay the single player gameplay isn't only racing destroying boxes is it? Hope there is something A bit more challenging?
Hey, one of the devs here! So yeah, the single player mode actually is intended to be something of a training mode, really. We wanted the game to have at least a little something you could do on your own, eventhough the main focus of the game is multiplayer. But still, to get the full experience, you gotta play with a buddy :P
10-15-2013, 12:50 PM
#6
So it's pretty much like Twisted Metal then...

Hope to read some impressions and reviews about it before committing, bought too many not so great games lately...