Cubed Rally Redline Switches Lanes Towards An iOS Release
Jared Bailey is back with more pixelated racing goodness with Cubed Rally Redline, the successor to his 2010 game, Cubed Rally Racer. What can we expect in this alliterative sequel?
Developer Jared Bailey is back this year after a two-year hiatus and is bringing us the sequel to Cubed Rally Racer. The new game features endless running gameplay with lane-switching mechanics, so you don't have to worry so much about accelerating as you do weaving in and out of obstacles.This should make for a faster, arcade-y experience. Just remember the 5 D's from Dodgeball: dodge, duck, dip, dive, and ... dodge. Well, you'll probably only have to focus on dodging, but it's good to know the other D's. If the fast pace becomes too much for you, there will be an "Emergency Time Brake" button that slows the action and lets you thread through tricky obstacles more easily.
Cubed Rally Redline's pixelated, isometric action will be accompanied by music from the band, 8 Bit Weapon. You'll probably feel like an old-school wheelman as you make your car board other vehicles, like boats, while listening to all of the chiptune goodness. Redline will also have randomized tracks, multiple environments to bob and weave through, and is also going to be a universal release that supports all iOS screens and resolutions. This is good for those with Retina screens who want to see every glorious pixel. There's no release date yet, but we'll keep you posted. In the meantime, check out some of these beautifully blocky screenshots below!