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Carmageddon hitting Android on May 10, free on day one

Carmageddon hitting Android on May 10, free on day one

Carmageddon is coming to Android devices next Friday, May 10, following its iOS release way back in October. Like its iOS brother, the Android version of the blood-soaked racing game will be free at launch for a limited time.

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"Developers add another version to the play store and remove them after the time period. Most ..."
- grabbie    See all 6 comments


Carmageddon screeches onto iOS, free for today

Carmageddon screeches onto iOS, free for today

If you commute on public transport but fancy recreating the pure murderous rage inspired by driving to work, you're in luck, as Stainless Games today launched the iOS edition of its vintage bloody racer Carmageddon. As Stainless promised during its Kickstarter campaign for Carmageddon: Reincarnation, the pocket edition is free for the first 24 hours.

Watch: Vroom smash sploosh »

"Free is very good, I'll be getting this when it releases on Android. :)"
- eloader2    See all 3 comments


Carmageddon smashes into GOG today

Carmageddon smashes into GOG today

As promised, Carmaggedon today screeched onto the GOG store at $10, leaving bloody treadmarks and a light shower of viscera. With Carmageddon Reincarnation coming thanks to a successful Kickstarter, now's a fine time to revisit Stainless Games' open world-ish splatty race 'em up, or see what all the fuss is about for the first time.

Read more: Kickstarter backers getting it for free »

"That post came from an alternate universe where I'm not an asshole and you're more forthcoming ..."
- Wikus Van De Merwe    See all 10 comments


Carmageddon: Reincarnation co-op confirmed, Kickstarter ends

Carmageddon: Reincarnation co-op confirmed, Kickstarter ends

The Kickstarter campaign to fund making Carmageddon: Reincarnation for PC ended last night at an impressive $625,143, having passed its $400k goal last week. Developer Stainless has committed to making Mac and Linux versions too, as well as split-screen and co-op modes. Oh, and the original Carmageddon is coming to iDevices and Android.

Watch: Shiny Reincarnation test footage »

"If you read the article they said everything but the city is placeholder. That said I think it ..."
- bradleyrr    See all 8 comments


Carmageddon: Reincarnation passes Kickstarter goal

Carmageddon: Reincarnation passes Kickstarter goal

Ultraviolence fans, rejoice! Stainless Games has passed the $400,000 Kickstarter goal for Carmageddon: Reincarnation on Sunday, so its splatfest of a racer shall indeed be made.

Watch: Co-founder Neil Barnden celebrates »

"Threw $25 at it. I played the hell out of it when I was a kid and learned MS-DOS just to play ..."
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Carmageddon ploughing into GOG

Carmageddon ploughing into GOG

Automotive murder simulator Carmageddon has been out of reach for many years, but soon we'll again be able to hop behind the wheel of our killing machines and fry pedestrians with the game's "electro-bastard ray." As developer Stainless seeks Kickstarter funding for Carmageddon: Reincarnation, it's also announced that the original will be racing towards GOG "in the coming months."

Read more: Available as a Kickstarter pledge perk »

"I played it again a few years back and found the graphics to be so bad they hindered my ..."
- Happy Doodle Muffin    See all 13 comments


Carmageddon: Reincarnation seeking Kickstarter funds

Carmageddon: Reincarnation seeking Kickstarter funds

Carmageddon made quite the splash when it debuted in 1997. The hyper-violent driving game had you running over bodies at high-speeds, and undoubtedly corrupted our nation's youth. The game's original developer, Stainless Games, wants to revive the long-dormant property with Carmageddon: Reincarnation.

Although already "announced," the developer is now turning to Kickstarter to raise crowdsourced funds for the game. "Raising the funds through Kickstarter will mean that we keep complete control of the project and can make the game we know everyone wants to play – with no EVIL corporate investor or publisher telling us that we can't run over old ladies or set fire to cows," Stainless Games CEO Patrick Buckland said in a press release.

Read more: 'We really don't want to have any creative control... wrestled' »

"It was mentioned in the other thread but we should pool together money to get dognose in the game."
- Mecha Tofu Pirate    See all 9 comments



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