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Fast Walker Game for iOS/Android Lets Users Take Out Sidewalk Rage Legally

Do you secretly want to punch slow walking people in the back of the head? Now there's an app for that

HONG KONG, April 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ASM Games has launched "Fast Walker" for iOS and Android to give players an outlet to release their sidewalk rage - legally. Fast Walker stars Dash, a lowly delivery boy who needs to get his packages to their destination on time or get fired. To do that, he needs to take out all tourists and other slow walking people in his way before the time limit expires.

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Players can buy a range of Powerups including brass knuckles, steel gauntlets and rocket gloves to help Dash remove slow walkers more quickly.

ASM Games president, David Garzotto, said: "For many people, few things are more infuriating than slow walkers—those seemingly inconsiderate people who clog up busy sidewalks and shopping malls.

"On Facebook, there are more than a dozen groups titled 'I Secretly Want to Punch Slow Walking People in the Back of the Head' – one that boasts over 20,000 members.

"Sidewalk rage is real and slow walking people exist.  One study shows that tourists walk at an 11% slower rate than the average person.  Fast Walker gives people a way to vent their anger in a harmless and completely legal manner."

Faster Walker is available on iTunes and Google Play. The official site is at www.fastwalkerapp.com

About ASM Games

ASM Games is a new game development company based in Hong Kong that aims to make the world a more friendly place through mobile gaming.

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