Catpancake and BulkyPix have teamed up for a new game called Flail Rider for Android devices which will be heading to Google Play after this month. This particular game is really a top-down driving and wrecking game where the goal is all about destroying stuff… a lot of things, and as fast as you can.
UPDATE: Wednesday, March 30th – 10:27 PM, PST: If you’re set for a bit of mayhem and destruction, Bulkypix has released Flail Rider into the Google Play Store. The game is free to download and it has optional in-app purchases. The link to download the sport can be found at the end of this short article.
Players will require charge of their vehicle, which is equipped with a wrecking ball, and drive around their current stage as quickly as they can to eliminate all that is there within A minute. The greater destruction you cause, the higher your score is going to be. With regards to what you can destroy, whether it’s within the level, you can crush it brutally. However, you do have to be cautious as only the wrecking ball can destroy objects. If you encounter something together with your vehicle, it will likely be game over.
Flail Rider includes three different themed environments to run through: Snow, Desert, and a City. Each area has its own specifically themed power-up(s) for this in addition to unique building constructions, whether it be high-rises, igloos, tree, pyramids, and so on. Once a number from the map is destroyed, warp zones allowing players to teleport to another zone open.
Flail Rider Features:
– Striking voxel graphics
– 50 vehicles spread in 3 classes (and much more in the future!)
– 3 locations to wreck – City / Desert / Snowland
– Crazy power-ups – Laser / Freeze / Big Flail / Boost
– Playable both in portrait and landscape orientations
– Leaderboards and Achievements
As for vehicle types, Flail Rider is going to be launching with more than 50 types of vehicles to gather. Included in this are vehicles such as a Retro Police Car, Tank, Monster Truck, Tuk-Tuk, Hotrod or even the Cat Mobile. All vehicles are classified into three types: Small, Medium and Large. Smaller ones are simpler to handle and faster but do less damage simply because they have smaller wrecking balls. Large vehicles are slow but do much more damage having a larger wrecking ball.
Flail Rider is slated for release onto Google Play on March 31st, 2016 and will be free to download with optional IAPs available. In the meantime, you should check out the game’s trailer below to determine a few of the gameplay in action.
Flail Rider (Playboard) | Flail Rider (Play Store)