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SongRush, from BulkyPix, a new musical runner is ready to roll

Paris – June 10, 2013: This summer, BulkyPix is back in action with a new home-grown game: SongRush,

a refreshing, cartoon-style musical 2D runner game where the levels are generated by the music you’re listening to!

One song = one level

Pick a song – any song – from your playlist, and the level will automatically fit the rhythm. Take control of Ink, SongRush’s boot-scootin’ main character, and avoid obstacles by following the music’s tempo. Sliding and jumping at the right time earns you combos and “perfect” runs that increase your score. But watch out: if you’re not feeling the rhythm, Ink will be snatched by a tentacled monster!

Global challenge
Conquer every single-player achievement and compete against your friends in weekly tournaments. Climb the leaderboard by challenging players from around the world. Become a true lord of the dance!

Available for:
• iOS (June 20)
• Android (early July)

Price: Free

Features:
• Play using your own songs!
• Each gameplay session is unique. Levels are auto-generated!
• Cartoony, “underground-style” graphics!
• Challenge your friends in weekly tournaments!

BulkyPix:
Founded in 2008 and with offices in Paris and San Francisco, BulkyPix is a leading developer and publisher of videogames and apps.

With a catalog of 140+ games including such hits as MyBrute, Babel Rising, Aby Escape, The Sandbox and Autumn Dynasty, BulkyPix is an established player in video game development for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and PC/Mac, as well as connected TVs and digital distribution platforms like the Sony Entertainment Network and the Nintendo eShop.

BulkyPix also offers BulkyApps, a B2B division specialized in developing, producing and publishing games and apps for major brands (Véolia, Orange, Marmiton, Breitling, Samsung, Hachette, Siemens, Lagardère), communications agencies (Marcel – Groupe Publicis, Havas Worldwide), license holders (Les Editions Albert René, Adventure Line Productions, Téléimage, Fremantle, Effervescence, Imav, Alphanim,), and broadcasters (TF1, France Télévisions, M6), as well as public and cultural institutions/ associations (Le Louvre, Le Clos Lucé, Musée Fabre, la Fondation Charles de Gaulles).

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