The game is available for all iOS devices, including the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Photo credit: Rislone
The Rislone Defender monster truck is featured in ODD Games' new Monster Truck Destruction game launching today through Apple's App Store. Players choose monster trucks to crush obstacles, race competitors and hear the roar of the crowd, just like Rislone Defender driver Zach Adams does in real life most weekends.
The Rislone Defender is easily identified by its bright yellow and red color scheme highlighted by the Rislone Mad Scientist clutching a bottle of Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner. In a game that emphasizes power and performance, Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner fits right in. It's a complete fuel system tune-up, designed to maximize vehicle power, performance and mileage.
"We've been involved in motorsports for decades and have sponsored the Rislone Defender monster truck for the past five years," said Clay Parks, Rislone vice president of development. "Driver Zach Adams and his truck do a great job of showcasing our Fuel Injector Cleaner to thousands of monster truck fans every year. We're excited to see the game in action and can't wait to 'get behind the wheel' ourselves!"
Everything in the game can be bent, broken or destroyed. Developers at ODD Games worked for two years to develop a dynamic damage system and realistic driving physics. Even the arenas are realistic, with cheering crowds, course obstacles and sponsor signage. Trucks can race and do tricks, like slap wheelies and back flips. Multiple camera angles let players check out the view from the cockpit, behind the truck, TV mode and more.
Players can choose from 30 trucks. In addition to the Rislone Defender, there are classics like Bigfoot, Bear Foot, USA-1 and Carolina Crusher. Players can even upgrade their vehicles with performance parts. Photos may be taken during gameplay and easily shared on Facebook or Twitter.
The game is available for all iOS devices, including the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It costs 99 cents. An Android version will follow in early 2013.
Bar's Products, which manufacturers the Rislone line of vehicle additives, also sponsors the Bar's Leaks Eliminator monster truck driven by Greg Adams, Zach's father. Both trucks stand more than 10 feet tall and boast more than 1,000 horsepower. In addition to monster trucks, Bar's Products supports dragster, bracket, motocross, road and sprint racing teams.