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Razer brings ‘Stunt Wheels Party!’ from Kempt to Razer Forge TV and other Android Consoles

OUYA Publishing announced today the release of “Stunt Wheels Party!” for Android consoles. Originally launched by Kempt as “Stunt Wheels” for iOS and Mac, the action-packed racer is now tricked-out with full controller support and split-screen multiplayer for up to four players.  The launch marks the sixth multi-platform title distributed and marketed by OUYA Publishing, a wholly owned division of Razer.

Gamers can now enjoy “Stunt Wheels Party!” via Razer Forge TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and NVIDIA Shield, on sale for $3.99 for the first two weeks of launch. The game joins other successful launches for OUYA Publishing, including “I am Bread TV” by Bossa Studios, “Gurgamoth” by Galvanic Games, “Mercenary Kings” by Tribute Games, “ChargeShot” by Cowboy Color and “Mimic Arena” by Tiny Horse Games. OUYA Publishing also co-funded the Android and Steam releases of “That Dragon, Cancer” by Numinous Games.


“Stunt Wheels Party!” takes the best elements of the previous Magnificent Stunts games and fuses them together to create something quite remarkable: a fantastical, comic-book-like, top-down arcade-racer with split-screen multiplayer mode.

Battle to destroy your dastardly stunt rivals; Stunt Guy, Stunt Gail, Mucus, Danger-Susan and Nurse Long… and watch out for oil slicks, TNT and squirrels as you race masses of different cars through beached pirate ships, backflip over huge canyons, barrel-roll through rings of fire, and smash your way through the competition with crazy power ups.

Featuring music from three amazing artists: CJ Wildheart, the Eureka Machines and Slash’s bassist, Todd Kerns.

Kempt’s official “Stunt Wheels” site is here:

Download locations include the following:

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