Indie game studio challenges players to become a racing All Star in new game

British indie game development studio Ink Syntax will be releasing their first game for PC and Mac next month, All Stars Racing Cup.

Having previously developed games solely for mobile platforms, Ink Syntax is releasing its next game for desktop gamers on Thursday, 1st February, available to purchase via Steam, Amazon and more.

All Stars Racing Cup is an arcade-style, top-down racing game that is easy to play but more difficult to master. Players can push their driving and drifting skills to the limit in this vibrant, fun, racing game against AI or with up to three other players either locally or via online multiplayer. Users need to master the art of drifting to go head-to-head with their opponents in a choice of challenging tracks and race to beat them to the finish and become the next All Star!

With simple controls and bright, clean graphics, All Stars Racing Cup is suitable for players of all ages and is guaranteed arcade-style fun.

Additionally, Ink Syntax will donate 5% of all sales of the game to a different charity or good cause each month, including the British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK and Sheffield Children’s Hospital, to name but a few.

Ink Syntax’s Lead Developer, Devon Chapman, commented: “We’re really excited to launch our first desktop game, All Stars Racing Cup, which we hope will provide gamers with hours of entertainment. The game is designed to be simple to play but challenging to master, particularly on some of the more winding circuits!

“While the game will launch in February, we plan to develop the game further over the coming months and hope to add more exciting content soon.”

All Stars Racing Cup will be available to download on Steam for PC and Mac from 1st February for just $7.99 (£5.82 GBP). Check out their Steam page

Written by: Tom Olson

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