Rocket Racing League uses mobile to promote nascent sport

The latest installment of FierceDeveloper's Developer Workshop series profiles the Rocket Racing League's effort to grab the attention of casual gamers with the promise of high-speed aerial acrobatics. RLL officials are relying on the mobile platform to nurture interest in the sport: The $2.99 Rocket Racing League title for the iPhone boasts single-player and head-to-head gameplay spanning four race types as well as five track locations. The app is the first in a proposed series of multi-platform games inspired by the real-world RRL, a fledgling competitive league featuring rocket-powered aircraft navigating through three-dimensional virtual courses projected 1500 feet above the ground. Special feature

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