Rapper Lil Nas X releases free twerking game

Game News Rapper Lil Nas X Releases Free Twerk Game Posted on Apr 08, 2021 at 12:11 PM Free video game used as a promotional tool. Twerk Hero is the latest link between the rap scene and the video game sector that continues to multiply collaborations. Will mini-game production become a new strategy for music title highlighting after the in-game concerts? In four levels, Twerk Hero challenges you to move the ass of rapper Lil Nas X to the beat of his new track MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name). Each set reproduces a scene from the clip that aired a few days earlier and has already garnered more than 105 million views. The mini-production, developed with Unity Visible, is provided by Roni Games, the developer of a first version of the game on mobile devices without the artist, who is also working on Office Madness Tycoon, a business simulator. The game with admittedly limited gameplay is available for free at this address and could well convey the idea of ​​producing other creations of the same type. Lil Nas X was not entirely unknown in the video game industry and had already stepped onto the Roblox stage in 2020 to give a ten-minute concert that was seen by around 33 million players. A similar collaboration as Travis Scott and Fortnite on the occasion of the release of his latest single. While many artists are used to making historical appearances in games like Snoop Dogg in True Crime: Streets of LA, 50 Cent in his title 50 Cent: Bulletproof, Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style, or a host of others in Def Jam games The Creation of games as a pure advertising medium is still seldom to be emphasized. Over the past few years, we can quote Shady Wars, a freemium mobile game that was released in 2017 and is the result of a partnership between Eminem and Music Powered Games. The goal is simply to collect lyrics to his songs while destroying the many enemies that keep shooting you. From Tiraxa, writing from jeuxvideo.com MP