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Ridiculous Triathlon Out Now

Endless Runner, Infinite Fun!

CremaGames, Spanish indie studio and developer of successful apps and games since 2010, announced that their latest racing game, Ridiculous Triathlon, is now available on both iTunes App Store and Google Play. In this award-winning endless runner players tour different cities around the world while alternating between different triathlon stages, running, cycling and swimming, each with its own different mechanics. Ridiculous Triathlon is available for free on iOS and Android devices in 10 languages, including Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, German, French, Spanish, English and Italian. For more information about CremaGames and Ridiculous Triathlon, please visit their website.

Ridiculous Triathlon is a fun, addictive and easy to pick up and play game that brings a unique twist to the endless-runner game genre with the triathlon theme and the intense multi-tasking since players must control three characters at once,” said Enrique Paños, CEO of CremaGames. “Last year Ridiculous Triathlonwon the “Best Indie Game” award at the Madrid Games Week, and now we are looking forward to seeing what players all over the world think!”

Ridiculous Triathlon is a story of three quirky characters that form a perfect team in order to compete in the triathlon. With more than 100 missions available, this motley crew must join forces to race through different tracks all over the world, piling up the different characters one on each other in order to dodge various obstacles and collect coins along the way. With plenty of funny animations, personalised characters, beautiful 3D graphics and easy controls, this game is suitable for players of all ages.

Download the game for Android and iOS.

Dave Acuña
Executive Editor. A casual gamer but not a filthy one. Would usually churn out mobile game reviews at the moment mainly because his current PC rig cannot run games like it used to. Loves to play passive games. Generally detests playing horror games and even FPS games just because he hates the idea of being sneaked at from the sides.

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