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[December 20, 2012]
New Racing App "MilDel3" Published By CotDeve Lets Gamers Enjoy Thrilling and Fun Drifting Action
Cupertino, CA, Dec 20, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users who want to enjoy thrilling racing action that lets them put their drifting (rotating and braking) skills to the test, can now download the new free app MilDel3 from CotDeve.
MilDel 3 - which is short for "Milk Delivery 3" -- challenges gamers to deliver all of their milk before time runs out. Along the way, as they drift through a fun and exciting obstacle course, gamers must also make sure that they don't spill all of their milk.
Plus, gamers can choose to test themselves against the clock, or enjoy head-to- head racing against a competitor. They can also select either accelerometer for simpler drifting action, or joystick mode for more complex and challenging drifting action. They can even purchase items from the app's store to add even more excitement to their in-game experience.
"Our goal with MilDel3 is to give people who love racing game apps something really fun and challenging," commented Takashi Hishiki of CotDeve. "We feel that providing different drifting options - accelerometer or joystick - gives gamers two exciting ways to play. Plus, the head-to-head competition mode adds another element of fun and challenge that gamers can enjoy anytime, anywhere from the convenience of their device!" MilDel3, the new free racing app that lets gamers enjoy thrilling and fun drifting action, is available now from iTunes at
mt=8. The app requires iOS 3.1 or later, and is optimized for iPhone 5.
For more information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson on behalf of CotDeve at +1 408 757 0156 or press(at)appshout(dot)com.
About CotDeve Based in Japan, CotDeve focuses on creating apps that combine great graphics with fun, exciting and challenging game play. To date, the company has developed the popular MilDel ("Milk Delivery") franchise, which includes the original MilDel, MilDel 2, and the newly-released MilDel3.
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