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DreamWorks’ Turbo App Reaches 20M Downloads


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It seems like box office numbers are not the only thing that Dreamworks Animation has going for them, as their Turbo Racing League mobile app has reached a landmark 20 million download since its initial launch. The game is based on DreamWorks’ Animation’s CG animated feature Turbo, and has maintained its place as the No.1 most downloaded racing app for 10 weeks now. It also won the $1,000,000 Shell-Out Contest from Verizon.

“The fans have really embraced this App, reveling in the competition as well as the basic but multi-layered gameplay,” said DreamWorks Animation Head of Global Interactive Chris Hewish. “In fact, users have already raced the equivalent of four hundred and twenty billion inches, which is fifteen snail trips to the moon and back!”

Turbo Racing League allows users of the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, WP8, and Android-based devices to enter the exciting world of mollusk racing, as try to rocket to the finish line while performing various stunts and collecting tomatoes that can be used for performance upgrades. Turbo Racing League is available for free from the App Store for iOS, from Google Play for Android and from the Windows Phone Store.


Neil Raymundo

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