App description: Don't miss out on the chance to own this piece of arcade gaming history!

They killed your wife and trashed your town, now they gotta pay!! Road Blaster puts you behind the wheel in a mad max-style demolition driving game, controlling the actions of a lone vigilante out for revenge!

Whether cleaning the city streets of murdering thugs, careening around the insides of an office high-rise, almost mowing down sunbathers on the beach, avoiding being crushed by combine harvesters or barreling around underground sewers, the result is an edge of your seat roller-coaster ride of a game unlike anything else!

The Japanese anime cult classic arcade game of yesteryear as you've never seen it before! Lovingly reimagined by the creators of several critically acclaimed best-sellers including 'Gesundheit!', 'UFO on Tape', 'Karate Champ', 'Cobra Command', 'Banzai Rabbit' and many many more, so you know it's good for you ;)

Now let's roll! Those murderous scum aint gonna kill themselves ya know!

Top 100 Arcade Game on iTunes US, UK, Canada, Japan, Australia and 30+ countries.

Apple Featured New and Noteworthy, Impossible Games, Car Combat, Crash Courses, What's Hot, & Game Center Games.
IGN - 8/10 Great!
iPhoneItalia - Best Game of the Week
PocketGamer - Bronze Medal Award

Gamer Feedback:
"The last and best laserdisc title ever made!"
"Plays like you'd imagine if Dragons Lair and Mad Max had a love child!"
"Best FMV game I've ever played! Like Dragons Lair only with real gameplay and feeling of control"
"the slickest arcade game you've never played!"
"...shows off the Retina display and controls perfectly"
"thx for the most fun I've had with my device yet!"

** Don't miss our other exciting games! **

Gesundheit! - the 2011 Game of The Year nominee enjoyed by over 3.5 million players.
UFO on Tape - One of very few Apps in Apples own Essential Games Starter Kit.
Karate Champ - Arcade Perfect Conversion of the all-time classic fighter, and 'BestEver Apps of 2010' Nominee (iPad and iPhone versions).
Banzai Rabbit - Fantastic 3D Arcade Platformer, and former No#1 Adventure Game. Available for iPad and iPhone.

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iPhone Version : http://forums.toucharcade.com/showthread.php?t=80960
03-18-2011, 08:50 AM
#21
I'd love a code as well, if there's still any

Thanks for sharing!

--- Ooops - late to the party :| Still, thanks for sharing the love with the community And if you happen to "find some more promo codes under your couch" or something, looking forward to it

Last edited by pjft; 03-18-2011 at 08:52 AM.
03-18-2011, 10:25 AM
#22
Could the title be changed to [3.99$ Sale].....

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03-18-2011, 10:42 AM
#23
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Originally Posted by RodmanSan View Post
Could the title be changed to [3.99$ Sale].....
Nowhere in the ad or this thread does it mention a sale. We are doing the opposite of the AppStore norm. $3.99 is just a regular ol price. I think the mods have made a typo based on the iPhone version being reduced to $1.99. Simple mistake, hope no-one is disappointed.

Last edited by Revolutionary Concepts; 03-18-2011 at 10:52 AM.
03-18-2011, 10:56 AM
#24
Still on the fence about this one. Would love to hear more reactions before I make a purchase.

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03-18-2011, 12:30 PM
#25
Joined: Jun 2010
Location: Milwaukee, WI
Posts: 813
Boy, I'm late to the party as well. If you did find one or two stray codes lying around, I'd love one too. I got the iPhone version of Road Blaster when it first came out, and I talked it up to my friends here in Milwaukee. I thought it was terrific on the iPod Touch, and I'd love to see it in full iPad glory !

I'll leave a review on iTunes, of course !

Thanks in advance, just in case...

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03-18-2011, 07:29 PM
#26
Joined: Jul 2009
Location: Shrewsbury PA
Posts: 65
Anyone remember Sewer Shark? I know it's not a Data East (or maybe it was I don't remember)...I know thats a really obscure title, at least now a days, but it was fun...hint hint :-)

Ah yes, Ghost and Catfish...6, 9, 3, 12, 6, 3, 12, 12, 9...me dying...

Last edited by mrdyer1984; 03-18-2011 at 07:32 PM.
03-18-2011, 08:03 PM
#27
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Originally Posted by mrdyer1984 View Post
Anyone remember Sewer Shark?
Please let that game along with Night Trap rest in peace...
Don't think anyone is anxious for Digital Pictures game licenses.
03-18-2011, 08:45 PM
#28
Let me just start by saying that I made the mistake of trying the game right before going to bed...needless to say, I didn't make it to bed on time.
If any game personifies that "one more time" mentality, than this is it. I could not put it down. The game looks absolutely gorgeous on the ipad and the controls are top notch. I have nothing but praise for this quality release.
I couldn't wait all day to come home and give this game another go, so now that I'm home, I gotta go play, but if you like this style of game, I can pretty much guarantee that you will not be dissapointed!
03-18-2011, 09:23 PM
#29
Joined: Mar 2009
Location: NY
Posts: 515
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Originally Posted by mrdyer1984 View Post
Anyone remember Sewer Shark? I know it's not a Data East (or maybe it was I don't remember)...I know thats a really obscure title, at least now a days, but it was fun...hint hint :-)

Ah yes, Ghost and Catfish...6, 9, 3, 12, 6, 3, 12, 12, 9...me dying...
I actually played that FMV silliness a lot - and I also liked Ground Zero Texas. Shockingly enough, those Digital Pictures games weren't half bad at all - I think it was the rip my eyes and ears out acting that remained burnt into peoples brains more than the game-play; not to mention, the limited Palette from the Genesis/Sega CD resulting in pure pixel vomit, and not in a good retro way. There was another FMV interactive game that I really liked back then, but I think it was on 3DO and I think PC -- came into play much later .. called Creature Shock!

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03-19-2011, 01:31 PM
#30
Joined: Jul 2009
Location: Shrewsbury PA
Posts: 65
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Originally Posted by JCat View Post
I actually played that FMV silliness a lot - and I also liked Ground Zero Texas. Shockingly enough, those Digital Pictures games weren't half bad at all - I think it was the rip my eyes and ears out acting that remained burnt into peoples brains more than the game-play; not to mention, the limited Palette from the Genesis/Sega CD resulting in pure pixel vomit, and not in a good retro way. There was another FMV interactive game that I really liked back then, but I think it was on 3DO and I think PC -- came into play much later .. called Creature Shock!
HA, Ground Zero Texas! Classic! The guy kicking in your door and screaming right before th bomb hits. I dont remember Creature Shock...I didnt have a 3DO back then. Only the Sega, Sega CD and the 32X, and I thought I was a king :-)

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