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Carnage Racing Launches for iOS Devices
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Carnage Racing Launches for iOS Devices

Sep 20 2013, 9:53am CDT | by

Vehicular combat with lots of power ups for the iPhone and iPad

My favorite video game genre is definitely the racing game and I particularly like a good racing game that also includes some vehicular combat aspects. I was a sucker for Carmageddon back in the day...

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Carnage Racing Launches for iOS Devices

Sep 20 2013, 9:53am CDT | by

Vehicular combat with lots of power ups for the iPhone and iPad

My favorite video game genre is definitely the racing game and I particularly like a good racing game that also includes some vehicular combat aspects. I was a sucker for Carmageddon back in the day and a new game that has surfaced for the iPhone and iPad looks very interesting.

The game is called Carnage Racing and is a vehicular combat game that works with most iPhone and iPad models. The game has three different car types and nine vehicles that suit different racing styles. The tracks have warp gates and other bonuses to help improve your chances of winning.

Players can also customize the vehicles with various weapons, paint jobs, and decals. The game is available for download at no cost for the first few levels in the full game costs $2.99.

 
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