The whole process of Greenlight gets’s historical impact as Arizona Derby get’s Greenlighted as #1 Game on it, while Greenlight officially retired.
There are a lot of details being taken care during level design – as having unique Arizona’s landscapes with its lightings and even smallest details to evoke to the players real Arizona driving experiences Arizona’s landscapes with its lightings and even smallest details to evoke to the players real Arizona driving experiences.
After 2 years spent in development, with much more enhanced materials developed and implemented into the game, than from early setups in 2015, we today having Arizona Derby as is now – full of latest supercars, amazing tracks worldwide, all that coming with utilizing high-end graphics, even we have rap artist on the rise producing songs for the game.
We have tuned cars with tens of additional equipment to make it more sporty and more interesting to the players of standard racing games – as the idea of the game is “When supercars hit’s offroads”:
Due to great reactions of over 300k fans on Twitter, we have been working on much more levels and car than planned initially, as they giving us strong motivation:
We make more levels, as Tropical Paradise which features even monstrous cars like this:
Also, we always trying to reproduce original setups and experiences, like Forest Rampage levels and to bring destructions experiences (which are one of the crucial goals of the game) onto totally new level – unseen in any racing games so far.
Basically, everything in the game would be destroyable and simulated with real-life physics and environment reacting (like a crocodile in the picture below) and attacking players sometimes which brings more fun into the game and brings more challenges.
The rise of Arizona Derby on Greenlit was so steep over that historical moment when Greenlight retired in the same time when Arizona Greenlighted as #1 Game on in.