(AllHipHop News) It has been a big week for MMG rapper Meek Mill. The DreamChasers Records founder released his sophomore studio album Dreams Worth More Than Money, and he performed at the 2015 BET Awards.
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Meek's successful seven-day run also includes the launch of his new mobile gaming app Bike Life. Mobile gaming development company iM3 partnered with Meek for the dirt bike-themed game.
Bike Life is set in Meek's hometown of Philadelphia.Users will experience racing through the urban landscapes of the city, while evading and mocking the police. The game also features challenging obstacles such as going through oil slicks and performing extreme bike stunts. Players will have the ability to compete against other mobile users, collect coins and other rewards to enhance their character's bike gear, wardrobe and more.
“The release of Bike Life with DreamChasers and iM3 Gaming Studios will take all my fans and mobile gamers through my colorful life as a rider while listening to my new album,” said Meek Mill. “Our goal was to incorporate animation and music to enhance the emotional connection of each move within the game, and provide an experience of the street bike life culture.”
Besides having two versions of Meek, Bike Life has famous characters like Nicki Minaj, Omelly, Monster Energy bike rider Chino, and others. iM3 is scheduled to incorporate additional characters from the street riding community along with other celebrities. Every two months the game will program more cities that represent the riding culture and areas that Mill has visited.
“Our team has focused on partnering with influential individuals like Mill to develop mobile gaming concepts that are authentic to their lives and brands,” said Christopher McMillian, CEO of iM3 Gaming Studios. “We learned Meek was an active mobile gamer and enthusiast, so we found it to be a great opportunity to present a concept and platform that combines all of his passions, talents and daily elements for a glimpse of Meek's world.”
Bike Life is now available through iTunes, Google Play and the Windows Phone Store.