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Following a short soft launch period 'Carmageddon: Crashers' has just officially exploded onto the Play Store

Stainless Games Ltd has decided to release Carmageddon: Crashers officially onto the Play Store today for all to enjoy. While the limited soft launch period wasn't all that long, it would appear that Carmageddon: Crashers is ready for prime time as anyone can now install the game. So if you have been patiently waiting for this release, then you will want to hit the Play Store right now and download this sucker already.

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[Hands-on] Carmageddon: Crashers, a very repetitive game of chicken

Hot off the heels of last year's console and PC release of Carmageddon: Max Damage, Android is receiving its very own new game in the Carmageddon franchise titled Carmageddon: Crashers. This time around Carmageddon is heavily borrowing from NaturalMotionGames's popular CSR Racing and tweaks it into a twisted game of chicken where you purposefully crash into your opponent.

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Carmageddon goes free on the Play Store, brings ads and bugs with its latest update

Whenever a paid app or game goes free on the Play Store, it's for one of three reasons: a) the developer is being super generous, b) the developer has abandoned it, or c) the developer decided to use another monetization model. It is almost never the first case, though. The second one is just friendly behavior that we like seeing, despite it giving us grief over the death of another app/game. But it's incredibly annoying when it's the third scenario.

Carmageddon, unfortunately, seems to fall in that category. The game, which normally cost $1.99 for the ad-free version (another Carma (free) version used to pop up every now and then) is now free.

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Carmageddon Review: Good Old-Fashioned Mindless Mayhem, But Not For The Faint Of Heart

I was seven years old when Carmageddon first hit store shelves in 1997. Even if the game hadn't been widely banned and censored around the world, I still wouldn't have gotten my hands on it. The off-the-wall violence and bloodshed would have been a bit too much for my parents to permit me to play with good conscience. While leagues of long-time fans poured money into the Kickstarter campaign that allowed Stainless Games to port the game to Android in the first place, I am visiting the game for the first time. Thank you, Kickstarters, for giving me the chance. To anyone considering giving Carmageddon a try - don't think, just buy.

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Carmageddon For Android Will Debut May 10th, Free For The First 24 Hours

Mark your calendars - Carmageddon will appear on Google Play next Friday, May 10th. The fine developers working on this decade-old port have announced that the game will be available free for the first 24 hours. If you need help remembering, they've offered to send you an email reminder. How nice.

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Carmageddon first debuted in 1997 for Windows and Macintosh computers. It has since been ported to the original Playstation, the Nintendo 64, and the Game Boy Color. A modern port appeared on iOS in October of last year, but the Android port remained MIA. That's no longer the case.

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Carmageddon For Android Pushed To A Late 2012 / Early 2013 Release

If you were one of the many people looking forward to playing Carmageddon on your Android device this summer, you may be disappointed to learn that you'll have to wait slightly longer than expected.

Despite earlier promises that the Android port would arrive 'shortly after' the game's iOS release this summer (it's currently waiting for Apple's approval before it hits the App Store), the developers have now said that the game won't be available on the Play store until late 2012 or early 2013.

Unfortunately, we don't know the cause of the delay, or whether promising it 'shortly after' the iOS edition was too ambitious in the first place.

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Death Race-Inspired Game 'Carmageddon' Making Its Way To Android

If there are two things that go together like peas and carrots, it's fast cars and killing people. In a virtual world, that is. We don't condone the killing of actual people here at Android Police.

If these are two things that you just can't get enough of, though, then the upcoming remake of the 90's classic Carmageddon is sure to put a smile on your face. It certianly did mine.

Like most games of this type, Carmageddon was quite the controversial title back in the mid 90's, when the world saw the first installment. Past that, there were a couple sequels to the title, namely Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (1998) and Carmageddon TDR 2000 (2000).

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