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Dejobaan Games, LLC has launched "AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!!

September 3, 2009


Dejobaan Games, LLC has launched "AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!!


A Reckless Disregard for Gravity" for Windows PCs. 


Indie studio Dejobaan Games has just kicked "AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! -- A Reckless Disregard for Gravity" ("Aaaaa!") out of its nest. Bringing 80 levels of BASE jumping, rude gestures, and graffiti tagging together in a PC title, the game is now available from Direct2Drive, GamersGate, Impulse, Steam, WildTangent, and from Dejobaan's own website at


The jumps you make off buildings floating above Boston, Massachusetts are all about style and timing. You perform stunts, weaving around the bustling City for points, making split-second decisions: do you snake around those girders to earn a dozen "kisses," or glide along the side of that steel super-skyscraper for massive "hugs"? Aaaaa! then throws in the spectators -- as you fall, give fans the thumbs-up and protesters the finger. And if you're hungry for a bit of civil disobedience, you can even ready the spraypaint and tag government buildings for points.


The game will also teach you how to debristle a pig.


Aaaaa! has garnered positive press over the course of its development. Thirteen1 magazine called it " electro-[fluorescent] cyber world that is both gorgeous and confusing... Aaaaa! is an unabashed adrenaline frenzy that will keep you entertained for ages." Mike Rose from said, "Welcome to my pre-review for Aaaaa! which, in a nutshell, goes as follows: Buy this game." Anthony Burch from Destructoid said, "It may not come as much of a surprise given the title, but AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! also possesses a tremendous amount of character... It's got personality. It's different."


To quote one of Dejobaan's fans: "This may be the single greatest game ever created."


Availability and system requirements: AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! -- A Reckless Disregard for Gravity requires Windows XP/Vista; a 1.5GHz processor; 1GB system memory; a 3D card with 128MB video memory; and Microsoft DirectX 9.0c.

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