Carmageddon, one of the most controversial racing games of all time, will be speeding onto Android and iOS in the summer.
Carmageddon was originally released on PC back in 1997. It received a critical backlash in many countries – particularly the UK and Germany, for it’s extreme use of blood and gore (tame by today’s standards) and was heavily censored.
Now it is having a revival this summer as a full iOS remake, thanks to Stainless Games, with improved game engine and graphics. Fully optimized for mobile devices, Carmageddon features include:
· A wide selection of touch control methods.
· Intuitive gesture system allowing repair and recovery of the player vehicle in game.
· Action Replay allowing players to save a movie and upload it to YouTube.
· Game Center integration on iOS.
“To get Carmageddon working on these new devices, and looking the best it’s ever looked, is just fantastic. And what’s more, I’m now finally able to play Carmageddon on the toilet!” said Stainless co-founder and Executive Director Neil Barnden.
The game will be available for free for the first 24 hours. We will keep you updated.