So here’s something different for you iOS users, a Kinect style controlled game. Yes you use the camera on your iOS device similar to the kinect and it registers your motions and that’s how you play the game. Price is 99 cents for it, and for that I guess I’d give it a try and see what it’s like. I think it might be better playing on the iPad though but it is iPhone 5 compatible. Full info, links and screenshots below for you along with a link to a video showing the game in action.

Leading international mobile game company CocoaChina today announced that FreeSkate Xtreme is now available in Apple’s App Store. Published by Punchbox, CocoaChina’s development and publishing arm, in partnership with mobile game developer, VisionHacker, FreeSkate Xtreme is the new mobile game that combines Kinect-style motion control with a fast-paced endless runner.
FreeSkate Xtreme integrates with the iPhone or iPad’s front-facing camera to read the body movements players make and translate them into in-game movements: players tilt their head to dodge bullets and collect coins while skating down the block. Carefully timed “bullet moments” step up the pace of the game and keep players on their toes, as players avoid obstacles, complete tricks, and land difficult stunts to show off their skateboard skills.
“This brand-new endless runner game is outrageously different than other mobile games out there. We carefully designed the game so people play with their intuitive body movements, e.g. running forward by tilting the handset, and jumping by shaking the device,” said Wenbin Tang, founder of VisionHacker Studios. “And the most innovative part of the game are the Bullet-Time moments, where the player’s face is captured via the frontal camera and tracked in real-time, leveraging our in-house built Face++ technology.”
“We believe this is the first time that a Kinect-like gaming experience has been brought to iOS or any mobile devices for that matter,” said Lei Zhang, GM USA of CocoaChina/Chukong. “VisionHacker’s talented researchers, programmers and designers brought their deep computer science background and innovation to the project; the core of the team are researchers from Tsinghua University, often considered the MIT of China. Additionally, our team at CocoaChina/Chukong has injected our experience in market positioning, monetization and other expertise crucial to game design.”
FreeSkate Xtreme will be supported on the iPhone4, iPod touch 4G, iPad with camera, and of course on iPhone5’s 16:9 full-screen display. The game is now available on the iTunes App Store for $0.99.

To check out a video showing FreeSkate Xtreme in action, visithttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgsYNWg8vF0&feature=youtu.be.
To download FreeSkate Xtreme for iPhone, visit https://itunes.apple.com/app/id536482799.
To download FreeSkate Xtreme for iPad, visit https://itunes.apple.com/app/id536483340.

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