Altitude0: Lower & Faster is an extreme air racing game for PC where crazy low and risky flying is the number one objective. Crashing will happen, planes will burn, get deformed and parts will fall off. No worries, pilot always survives!
Fly lower to be faster and take a chance on flying through moving obstacles to finish the race fastest. Create your own tracks and let your imagination fly.
'Got Skills? Rock in the Air or Go Down in Flames!'
*Game is now available on Steam Early Access.
Flight rules and safety Precautions? Forget about it!
This game is about risky, reckless air-racing and having fun doing it.
Gugila, an indie studio from a tiny country launches Altitude0: Lower & Faster on Steam Early Access:
Altitude0: Lower & Faster is an extreme air racing game with super low flying, inspired by real life air-racing but with a twist. What if safe flying wasn't a problem, what if every crash - pilots could magically survive and try again?
The latest feature coming with Steam launch is moving obstacles. Swinging blades, compression machines and burning gates were used to make flying crazier, extra exciting and to test player’s skills.
This game is about competitions, skills, reflexes and fast arcade action.
Altitude0 is a new fresh take on arcade racing. We tried to deliver fun, semi-realistic flying experience while making competitive racing our main objective.
Racing tracks that come with the game should be a good start, but that’s not all. Players will be able to create their own tracks, plane skins and decorations to personalize their gaming experience.
Steam Early Access launch version includes all core gameplay features. We are still adding more content (tracks, planes) and different competitive multiplayer modes. Players should already be able to fully enjoy the dynamics of crazy low and risky flying.
For more information, please visit our website: Altitude0.com
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