Knight Rider on the iPhone

Knight Rider on the iPhone

Knight Rider is still popular even after 28 years. Fans of the series can now see K.I.T.T. on their iPhone and iPod touch. Hudson Entertainment and Universal Partnerships & Licensing has developed a game that will bring the hit series to life in a whole new fashion.

“Fans of the infamous 80s TV show will now be able to experience the fun, kitschy cult series on the go,” says Mike Pepe, director of marketing of Hudson Entertainment.

“This game is a great way for fans to connect to the cult classic and opens up the iconic brand to today’s tech savvy audience,” says Calvin Lim, Director of Mobile Sales for Universal Partnerships.

There will be scenes from the classic show in this game and players can explore an open city. Also, the beloved car can get various upgrades so missions can be accomplished easier.

Unlike the 1989 version which is very loosely based on the show, this game promises to be more faithful. All the missions are based on stories found in the TV series, and K.I.T.T. can do more than just make smarmy remarks.

He can jet to life with all the features to make you feel like you’re in the driver’s seat yourself.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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