Looking quite tasty, though
We've reported before on Overpass, a four-wheel drive off-road racer from Swedish outfit Zordix (the team behind such racing titles as Aqua Moto Racing Utopia and Snow Moto Racing Freedom). While the studio's previous titles failed to im
Hit the skids in buggies and quads
If there's one genre where the Switch is arguably lacking, it's racers. Sure, we've got Mario Kart, but there's not much in terms of quality, realistic racers. Overpass is a new off-roader coming to all platforms including Switch this October, and the trailer above may prove interesting to anybody looking for a...
The Wave Race inspired title - Aqua Moto Racing Utopia - will be receiving an expansion in the near future. An exact release date has not been confirmed. Developer Zordix revealed the update would include several new tracks and a special championship featuring a famous rider: We are proud to announce that we have teamed...
Jet-Ski hi-jinks on the go
Nintendo Switch is starting to rack up a respectable collection of racing titles, and it's about to get another as Bigben Interactive confirms Aqua Moto Racing Utopia will carve its way into North American from next month (although it's been out in Europe since November). The follow up to Aqua Moto Racing 3D features...
Come snow or high water
Zordix's Aqua Moto Racing Utopia and Snow Moto Racing Freedom are getting retail releases on Switch. The fact that the games were coming to the Switch eShop was already known, but listings for physical releases for both games have been spotted on EB Games' Australian site, with Bigben acting as the publisher. Are...
Aqua Moto Racing Utopia seems to have been in our 'Upcoming Releases' list for a little too long, having been originally revealed in February 2014 for the Wii U eShop. As a HD follow-up to Aqua Moto Racing 3D we naturally thought "oh boy, it could be the next best thing to a new Wave Race", and we cling to that hope to this very day...
It's Wave Ra... sorry
In news that's sure to tickle the nostalgia of those with fond memories of the Wave Race franchise, Zordix AB has confirmed that it's bringing Aqua Moto Racing Utopia to the Wii U eShop. This seems to be a progression from Aqua Moto Racing 3D, a smart device title re-tooled for the 3DS eShop. Despite some fun foundations that...
Keeping it cool
Not so long ago Zordix AB released Aqua Moto Racing 3D on the 3DS eShop, a title with some flaws — some of the technical issues were tackled in a subsequent update — that nevertheless tried to serve up fun racing which may have prompted some to reminisce over Wave Race. Of course the Moto Racing franchise is an established series...
Will be an improved adaptation of the European version
Zordix is the developer behind the Moto series of games, many of which are found in various smartphone app stores. It made its 3DS eShop debut in June when Aqua Moto Racing 3D swept into Europe, but a North American version has not yet emerged. Well the studio has now confirmed the game will be...
"It would be a dream"
Aqua Moto Racing 3D arrived in the European 3DS eShop this week, with the North American release to arrive relatively soon. We're currently working on our review, but it's a title — and series — that's achieved notable success on smartphones, and from video footage alone may remind some of the Wave Race titles that graced...
Attempting to replicate smartphone success
Update: Zordix AB has confirmed that, contrary to the impression given earlier, this title is only confirmed for 27th June in Europe, with a North American date yet to be confirmed. Original Article: Zordix is a developer that's enjoyed some success in the smartphone market with its Moto games, while...
13 million copies downloaded on smartphones
Developer Zordix has confirmed that it is bringing its successful Moto Racing series to the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Aqua Moto Racing 3D and Snow Moto Racing 3D are based on existing smartphone titles, and will both get a face-lift prior to their launch on Nintendo's popular handheld. Zordix's CEO Matti...
Keep off the grass!
Publisher Zordix AB is continuing its quirky output of DSiWare releases ― as revealed back in June with a rather informative trailer ― and fans of grass cutting are sure to be in for for a treat. 1950s Lawn Mower Kids does what it says on the tin. Set in suburban America in the '50s, the game features Tom, Nancy and Tim as they attempt to mow various gardens while avoiding..