Crash Dummy bracing for impact
Schanz Interactive picks up licensing rights to Twelve Interactive's new PC, Xbox, and PSP platformer.
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Italian game developer Twelve Interactive's upcoming Crash Dummy vs. the Evil D-Troit is one small step closer to store shelves today, as the company announced it has signed an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement for the game with Schanz International Consultants (SIC). A "nonviolent" 3D platformer that uses the Havok physics engine, the lighthearted Crash Dummy includes weapons to freeze enemies or burn them with acid, but it doesn't let players destroy them. As could be guessed from the title, there are also sequences where the protagonist must undergo automobile crash testing, complete with rag-doll physics.
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