PQube (London, UK) – September 14th, 2018 – Today, PQube advise everyone to fasten their seatbelts for the launch of RAZED, the mesmerising neon-speedrunner by developer Warpfish Games, worldwide on PC/Steam and Xbox One. Starting as an idea that made it to the finals of Edge Magazine’s “Get into Games” competition, the game grew into a full-fledged celerity frenzy that is also dashing to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 later this year. To celebrate today’s release, RAZED is 10% off in the official stores until September 21st.
RAZED is all about speed and rewards both quick thinking and reflexes. Rush through dynamic levels and dodge obstacles to fight for the top spots in international online leaderboards. Combined with spectacular boss fights, unlockable abilities and the option to quickly reset your runs, RAZED is the flashyfastlane to an incredible feeling of digital speed!
Sprint through 60 dynamic levels spread across six unique worlds, each with a distinct visual style, unlockable abilities and pulse-pounding boss battles.
Nobody wants to wait around while striving for perfection. Falling short of your target time? Simply jab the restart button to return to the start of the level without any loading times.
Secret challenge levels
Employ all your different skills and abilities to find RAZED’s toughest maps and tackle them head-on.
Online leaderboards and ghost data
Challenge the world via online leaderboards, and race against friends’ ghosts in a game of asynchronous one-upmanship.
Chart your own course
Veer off the beaten path and carve your own way through levels to achieve seemingly impossible times and unlock the S ranks.
About Warpfish Games
Warpfish Games is an independent studio based in Lancaster created in 2013. The two founders both have experience working on mobile, consoles and PC over the last 10 years. One of Warpfish’s early projects Outcry won the 2nd prize in Edge Magazine’s 2014 get into games competition and later became RAZED, their first published game. We thank all our partners and acknowledge all game names, brands and trademarks as properties of their respective owners. http://www.warpfish.co.uk/