From today, an endless high-octane battle of miniature proportions is about to begin. Twiddly Studio throws open the doors to the ultimate test of nerve, reactions and stamina and invites racers from around the globe join together to compete in a racing tournament like no other – Tiny Ring.
Simple one-touch controls conceal the complexities of keeping an out of control race car on track. With no brakes and only one steering direction – racers must expertly judge each on coming bend at a gradually increasing speed, or risk crashing out.
The cost of admission is free. The potential glory, unlimited.
The world holds it’s breath as racers lap themselves, lap their friends, in fact lap everyone to see who will be the King of the Tiny Ring?
Andrew Noble from Twiddly Studio issued this warning for potential contenders:
“Seriously, this game is hard. I mean, I programmed it and I can’t even get all the way round the first lap. If you don’t have what it takes, just stay away. Believe me, the last thing I want is a million App Store reviews complaining about how the car goes too fast, or keeps slamming into the side of the track. Let’s be clear – if the car crashes, it’s YOUR fault.”
Tiny Ring is free to play and can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch – http://itunes.apple.com/app/tiny-ring/id964247263?ls=1&mt=8