03 September 2009 Worldwide
03 September 2009 Europe
03 September 2009 USA
Game Mode(s) single player
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.
AaaaaA!!! - A Reckless Disregard for Gravity PC game score 4.1 / 10 calculated from 129 players' votes.
Recommended: Pentium 4 1.5 GHz, 1.5 GB RAM, graphic card 256 MB (GeForce 6600 or better), Windows XP/Vista