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G1M2 Founder Scott Hawkins has announced today that Burnin' Rubber (aka Bump 'n' Jump) for PSP and PS3 Minis is now available on PSN for $3.99.

To quote: We are very excited to announce the release of our latest PlayStation Minis game, Burnin' Rubber, arriving for PSP (and PS3) on Tuesday June 22.

Burnin' Rubber is a classic arcade game that was originally released by [Register or Login to view links] in 1982. Many people also know this game by the name [Register or Login to view links]

In addition to driving really fast (hence the name "Burnin' Rubber"), you have the ability to crash into other cars and launch your car high up in the air to avoid obstacles, clear water gaps, and crush opponents from above (hence the alternative name "Bump 'n' Jump").

Players earn points by taking out other cars and by making progress through each of the courses in the game. There is a little known bonus for clearing a level without taking out any enemies - but I personally prefer to smash as many cars as possible!

We added some cool extra features to the PlayStation Minis version of the game including the ability to save and load your game at any point, toggle arcade game settings, and adjust the display mode (players can choose between a 1:1 pixel arcade accurate display mode with a cool background or a stretched mode which allows the gameplay to take up more of the screen).

We are extremely excited about the PlayStation Minis format as Burnin' Rubber is the third classic arcade game that we have brought to PlayStation Minis this month (Lock 'n' Chase came out on PSN on June 8th and Express Raider was released on PSN on June 15th).

We hope to bring additional classic arcade games to PlayStation Network and we would love to get your input and feedback regarding which additional titles you would like to see!

Check out Burnin' Rubber at the US PlayStation Store for $3.99.

Burnin' Rubber for PSP and PS3 Minis is Now Available on PSN

Burnin' Rubber for PSP and PS3 Minis is Now Available on PSN

Burnin' Rubber for PSP and PS3 Minis is Now Available on PSN

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