The iPad and iPhone port of radio controlled car racing game Re-Volt has launched on the App Store.
It costs Ł3.99 and works with the iPad and iPhone 3GS forward.
The mobile version of the game was created by Big Bit, the Brighton-based developer headed by by Nick Baynes, who co-created the fast-paced Dreamcast, PC, PlayStation and Nintendo 64 racer while at Acclaim Studios in 1999. Baynes was game director at now-shuttered Split/Second and Pure developer Black Rock. The Re-Volt IP is owned by Korean company We Go Interactive, which picked up the rights in 2010.
Re-Volt Classic has new high-res visuals and touch controls. There are 14 tracks, 42 cars and five game modes.