Independent Developer Finish Line Games to Bring Cel Damage HD to PlayStation® Systems This Spring
Independent video game developer Finish Line Games announced today that it is bringing the chaotic, cartoon-inspired vehicle combat title, Cel Damage HD, to the PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment systems and the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system this spring. As a Cross-Buy title, Cel Damage HD will offer single-purchase, multi-platform support, and once purchased can be downloaded for all systems. Cel Damage HD will be shown in private meetings at this year’s Game Developers Conference in San Francisco next month, but prospective drivers can get more information about the game now by visiting the official site finishlinegames.com/celdamagehd and by liking the game on Facebook www.facebook.com/FinishLineGames.
A revitalization of the timeless classic Cel Damage, the “HD” version is a fast-paced vehicle combat game where the world’s toughest cartoon drivers get behind the wheel of outlandish cars and battle each other in order to gain fame on the most popular cartoon demolition derby show on TV. With six characters to choose from, combatants smash, shoot and slice enemies into oblivion using an array of destructive armaments for personal glory. With vibrant cel-shaded art, Cel Damage HD transports players into a real-life cartoon environment, and allows them to explore 13 arena-style levels with 10 playable cars and more than 30 weapon power-ups.
“As longtime developers we’ve always enjoyed games that meld the realm of video games with other, similar forms of entertainment,” said Daniel Posner, co-founder of Finish Line Games. “With Cel Damage HD, we’re bringing back one of our favorite mash-ups of classic vehicle combat games and cartoon animation to give players the distinct experience of playing as if they are in a cartoon. We are excited to see how modern-day fans react to this merging of mediums and we’re thrilled to be giving players Cross-Buy support to allow them to play on their preferred system.”