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Chris Cardell

Rollercoaster Extreme

After previous success with Spinning Streak and Waterslide Extreme, Barclaycard have released a brand new game for the iPhone called Rollercoaster Extreme.

Waterslide Extreme was downloaded over 12 million times and they are hoping for another hit with their Rollercoaster edition, Barclaycard are using it as a viral to promote their contact-less payment system.

The app was submitted to the iTunes store yesterday. The game offers a choice of four environments all based in New York where the object is to avoid any obstacles and beat your times. It was created by Dare with help from FishLabs Entertainment and is available for free from the iTunes store.

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