The upcoming Carmageddon game for console gamers has just had a release date announced, which is June 3rd, 2016 for those of you that are curious as to what that date is. One thing that hasn’t really been mentioned yet though is that this game will be getting a mobile companion called Carmageddon Crashers.
The cult classic racing game Carmageddon by Stainless Games has had a free version of it made available for a limited time on Google Play. By limited time we mean only for 24hrs and then it will disappear and only the paid version of the game will be available. This little promotion is going on to celebrate Carmageddon’s soon to launch Steam Early Access.
Stainless Games have decided to run a promotion similar to the one that they did when the company originally released the classic and bloody game Carmageddon onto Google Play. For those of you unfamiliar with Carmageddon, this particular game is actually quite a classic as it was originally released 16 years ago on June 30th.
Carmageddon is a PC classic from the glory days of the vehicular combat genre. Even among a crowded market with games like Twisted Metal and Vigilante 8, Carmageddon stood out with how it approached combat, its use of black comedy and the sheer amount of gore. But how well does this PC game from 1997 port to Android?
Back in June of last year we talked about the fact that one of the classic racing games that contains plenty of carnage will be making its way to Android in the near future. Well it finally looks as though that ‘near future’ will be happening finally, almost a year later, as Carmageddon is slated for released onto Android finally on May 10th, 2013.
The wonderful world of racing in an open world and getting bonus points for running over innocent bystanders is going to be making its way to Android in the very near future. Carmageddon, which was originally banned back in 1997 in plenty of countries, is currently being developed for iOS and Android.