AaaaaA!!! - A Reckless Disregard for Gravity | PC
AaaaaA!!! - A Reckless Disregard for Gravity release date for PC:
03 September 2009 | Worldwide
03 September 2009 | Europe
03 September 2009 | USA
Game mode: single player
Game score 4.1 / 10 calculated out of 130 players' votes.
Expectations before the premiere: 4.4 / 10 calculated out of 7 players' votes.
The jumps you make off buildings floating above Boston, Massachusetts are all about style and timing. You perform stunts, weaving around the bustling City for points, making split-second decisions: do you snake around those girders to earn a dozen kisses, or glide along the side of that steel super-skyscraper for massive hugs?
Aaaaa! then throws in the spectators -- as you fall, give fans the thumbs-up and protesters the finger. And if you're hungry for a bit of civil disobedience, you can even ready the spraypaint and tag government buildings for points.
The game will also teach you how to debristle a pig.
1 In Aaaaa!, you gain points by swooping past buildings and terrain as close as you can, while going as fast as you can.
2 You can score extra points giving a thumbs-up to spectators as you fall past them.
3 You can also gain points by flipping them off at just the right moment.
4 Dejobaan prototyped the initial concept in 3 days, spending much of that time cackling and smacking the player into things.
5 We're certain that the soundtrack really does change how players play a level. Fast-paced music has now been scientifically proven to make you more likely to break your bones against terrain.
6 The developers came up with the idea when our level designer sent YouTube BASE jumping videos to our programmer.
7 The term BASE in BASE Jumping stands for Building, Antenna, Span, Earth.
8 In Aaaaa!, buildings can float above the ground.
9 One of the items is a spray paint can which allows you to tag government buildings for points.
10 Free bonus fact: Eugene Andreev holds the world record for the longest free-fall parachute jump. His jump lasted over 15 miles.
Recommended: Pentium 4 1.5 GHz, 1.5 GB RAM, graphic card 256 MB (GeForce 6600 or better), Windows XP/Vista