Reliance Games’ Popular Real Steel HD Beats Its Way into Mac App Store
Posted By : Mukesh Dube At 30-04-2013 18:20:24
Tags : Reliance Games Mac
Reliance Games launches first of many games on Mac App Store
Mac device owners need to gear up for a hard-hitting good time because Real Steel with over millions of downloads has been unleashed into the Mac App Store by Reliance Games, a top international mobile game developer and publisher. Based on the DreamWorks Studios’ movie, Real Steel HD is the first of many unforgettable titles Reliance Games plans to release into the Mac App Store.
The gritty action of Real Steel HD takes place in a secret world where boxing has gone high-tech in the not-so-distant future. Players lead their robot to greatness, fighting off steel opponents weighing over 2,000 pounds and reaching up to 8 feet tall. Real Steel HD features rich gameplay and high replay value including new Tournament and Survival Modes as well as a new robot to unlock: Atom Gold.
“It’s been over 18 months now since Reliance Games launched the Real Steel game in 2011. It is tremendously gratifying to see that the game has been a phenomenal success globally and continues to keep gamers engaged and entertained. We are thrilled to now bring Real Steel HD to the Mac App Store that offers its users an implausible gaming experience. Mac users can now experience the game’s adrenaline rush themselves,” said Manish Agarwal, CEO of Reliance Entertainment Digital. He further added, “This is Reliance Games’ first launch on the Mac App Store with many more games to be added soon.”
"We are delighted to see the Real Steel game continue to grow on the digital platform with this latest release on the Mac App Store,” said Jeff Small, President and COO of DreamWorks Studios. “We are excited to partner with Reliance Games for the continued success of Real Steel.”
Real Steel HD is available for $6.99 on the Mac App Store.
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