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Asphalt Urban GT
Asphalt Urban GT

Developer(s)

Gameloft

Publisher(s)

Gameloft

Distributor(s)

Gameloft

Platforms

N-Gage,Mobile Phone,Nintendo DS

Genre(s)

Racing

Mode(s)

Single Player,Multiplayer

Media/Distribution

MultiMedia Card

Nintendo DS Game Card

Release date(s)

N-Gage

(NA)November 15 2004


Nintendo DS

(NA)November 17 2004

(AUS)February 24 2005

(EU)March 11 2005


Mobile

December 2 2004

Asphalt Urban GT is a racing video game for the Nintendo DS and the Nokia N-Gage handheld video game consoles. It was developed by Gameloft and published by Ubisoft, and released on November 21, 2004, making it one of the DS launch titles. It has support for wireless multiplayer with up to four opponents, and takes advantage of the DS's support for 3D graphics (while showing unaccelerated N-Gage's power to match DS's graphics), showing the action from three camera angles. Replays are also available. The bottom screen of the DS is utilized to provide strategic tips and player information.

The game sports nine tracks modelled after real-world locations such as Paris and New York City. The game's 23 cars are licensed from real manufacturers such as Lamborghini, Hummer, Volkswagen, and others, and can be enhanced with over 30 addons.

A sequel to the game, Asphalt Urban GT 2, was later released.

List Of Playable Vehicles

Asphalt Urban GT features many different cars from around the globe, including:

(* also available in 2D mobile phone version)

(** also available in 2D and 3D mobile phone versions)

Development Team

  • Game Designers : Guillaume Descamps, Stanislas Dewavrin
  • Creative director : Stanislas Dewavrin
  • Lead Programmer : David Nicolier
  • Programmers : Jean‑Sebastien Mouret, Olivier Francoeur, Alexandre Begnoche, Rejean Cote‑Charpentier
  • Art direction : Christophe Latour, Eric Marradi
  • 3D Artists : Christophe Latour, Eric Marradi, Mathieu Michel
  • Additional illustrations : Etienne Perin, Maxime Neko
  • Sounds & music : Romain Gauthier, also known as Nino Mojo, sometimes credited as Nino Gauthier
  • Executive producer : Philippe Laurens

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