Zeebo Extreme

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Zeebo Extreme
Genres Sport
Developers Tectoy Digital
Publishers Tectoy, Zeebo Inc.
Platform of origin Zeebo

Zeebo Extreme is a series of 3D racing videogames created for the Zeebo system.[1] The games were developed by the Tectoy Digital studio in Campinas, Brazil. To date, five Zeebo Extreme games have been introduced in Brazil and four in Mexico.

Each of the games involves a race over air, water or land in a particular type of vehicle, such as an airplane, billy cart or jet board. In single player mode, the player competes against the game. In two-player mode, players race against each other. The games offer a variety of courses, levels of difficulty and power-ups.[2] The games use either the standard Zeebo Z-Pad gamepad or the Boomerang control, a motion-sensitive controller similar to the Wii Remote.[3]

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Released games[edit]

Title Details

Original release date(s):
Flag of Brazil.svg August 15, 2009
Flag of Mexico.svg December 8, 2009
Release years by system:
2009 — Zeebo
Notes:
  • The first game of the Extreme series, featuring downhill racing in billy carts.



Original release date(s):
Flag of Brazil.svg September 29, 2009
Flag of Mexico.svg December 7, 2009
Release years by system:
2009 — Zeebo
Notes:
  • The second game of the Extreme series, featuring airplane racing through various landscapes.



Original release date(s):
Flag of Brazil.svg October 31, 2009
Flag of Mexico.svg November 4, 2009
Release years by system:
2009 — Zeebo
Notes:
  • The third title in the series, featuring dune buggy racing across desert terrain.



Original release date(s):
Flag of Brazil.svg December 21, 2009
Flag of Mexico.svg December 23, 2009
Release years by system:
2009 — Zeebo
Notes:
  • The fourth game of the series, featuring white-water racing on buoys.



Original release date(s):
Flag of Brazil.svg December 21, 2009
Mexico July 21, 2010
Release years by system:
2009 — Zeebo
Notes:
  • The fifth title of the series, featuring aquatic racing on jetboards.


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