Jump Games launches 'Real Steel' app for iOS and Android

Jump Games, a division of Reliance Entertainment and an international publisher of mobile games launched an app based on DreamWorks Pictures, 'Real Steel'. The film stars Hugh Jackman and is directed by the same director of the "Night at the Museum" franchise, Shawn Levy. The movie is about a former boxer who gets one last shot at making a comeback. He partners up with his estranged son to build and train a contender for the new sport of robot boxing. The game, named ‘Real Steel,’ is an Underworld fighting game set in the near future where 2,000-pound robots fight each other with no rules or regulations.


Make robots throttle each other with

Make robots throttle each other with "Real Steel"



There are eight heavy-duty robots to choose from in the game and each robot has unique fighting styles and signature moves giving the player a chance to choose his preferred robot. The player can use a mix of standard boxing moves, jabs, crosses, hooks, uppercuts, and some specific Underworld moves, such as low blows, knees to stomach, etc. in the fight.


With three difficulty levels – Easy, Medium, and Hard, the game will allow the player to gain experience and gear up for more difficult fights. With every win, the player will receive upgrade tokens, which can be used to upgrade the robots’ characteristics making him stronger. There are various venues where the fights take place - the Parking Lot, Zoo, Saloon and Crash Palace. The game features two play

modes – Tournament Mode and Free Sparring Mode. The primary objective of the game is to defeat the robot, Midas, in Tournament Mode to unlock all eight robots. The user has only four robots to select from, initially. The rest are locked. Once the player has reached the Crash Palace and defeated Midas in Tournament Mode, he will then have access to all eight robots in Free Sparring Mode. In this mode, he will be able to select any robot to fight as, any robot to fight against, any arena to fight in and any difficulty level.


Real Steel is available from the iOS App Store for $4.99 (Rs. 246) and the Android version should come soon. To watch a trailer for the game, click here.

Published Date: Sep 24, 2011 11:59 am | Updated Date: Sep 24, 2011 11:59 am