Rushin’ Paris Mobile Game by Paris Saint-Germain Now Available

RUSHIN’ PARIS: the stars of Paris Saint-Germain immersed in Paris, avoid
the obstacles and complete challenges in the streets of the French capital.

Paris Saint-Germain today launches its Runner game (similar to Temple Run) available on iOS and Android. It’s the first time that the club has developed its own video game in collaboration with the 3DDuo studio. By enlarging its free gaming portfolio, the Paris SaintGermain brand continues its development into the entertainment industry and its emergence as one of the most creative and dynamic sports franchises in the world.

Developed in 16 languages* to cover 95% of the world’s connected population and to reach out to a maximum of fans around the world, Rushin’ Paris is available on free-to-play. The Paris brand has the ambitious aim of reaching one million downloads in its first year. The game took a year of development, especially with the 3D modelling of the entire Paris Saint-Germain squad for the occasion. The game boasts 60 basic levels that will be regularly updated.

The game took a year of development, especially with the 3D modelling of the entire Paris Saint-Germain squad for the occasion. The game boasts 60 basic levels that will be regularly updated.

Rushin’ Paris begins when the players’ team bus is caught in a traffic jam. Obliged to get off the bus, the players must run through the streets of Paris to get to the Parc des Princes on time. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marco Verratti, Blaise Matuidi and Co. find themselves in the streets of Montmartre, Saint Germain, Concorde as well as in the metro. Their aim is to avoid the obstacles and collect as many balls as possible, show off their skills, complete footballing challenges and celebrate victory at the end of each run.

Here is the Rushin’ Paris trailer:

Rushin’ Paris is available in 16 languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, French, traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Swedish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese.

Source: Press Release