SPINTIRES – 100K Copies Sold In Two Weeks, Incoming Free Updates & DLC

IMGN.PRO and Oovee Games Studio have announced that SPINTIRES’ total sales have reached and surpassed 100,000 units as of June 30th, 2014. According to the press release, it took only 18 days from the release day to reach the above mentioned, round number. And while this number may seem small to some of you, it’s quite big for an indie studio.

Bartosz Moska?a IMGN.PRO Co-owner said:

“SPINTIRES was one of our biggest projects, and probably the most intense so far. Our goal was to elevate the game from indie to mainstream and to provide it with the best market visiblity and complete global distribution solution. Although it’s just the beginning of the road, the numbers speak for themselves already.”

Zane Saxton, Managing Director of Oovee Games Studio added:

“The success of SPINTIRES has been prolific! I am very proud that my company and my team have fulfilled the wishes of many – by producing a game for the off-roading genre. Clearly this muddy adventure was a good choice and we will endeavour to improve the platform with free updates and DLC.”

SPINTIRES is described as an advanced off-road transport game. Players have the opportunity to sit behind the steering wheel of different Soviet vehicles, completing missions focused around the delivery of a log cargo, to the point of their destination.

The game takes place in scenery of a typical Russian wilderness from late 80’s, and special focus has been put on the recreation of realism of driving off-road truck in various conditions.

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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