Controversial Carmageddon coming to Android and iOS soon
In the history of video games that are some titles that hit the headlines for a number of reasons that wasn’t always positive ones, and today we have news that the controversial Carmageddon is coming to iOS and Android soon.
The original Carmageddon that was banned in a number of countries because the game encouraged players to run down pedestrians in an attempt to gain bonus points, and according an article on Pocket Gamer the game will be coming available on both the Android and iOS platforms in the summer. The game was originally released on the PC in 1997 but due to its content was quickly banned in some countries, and it will be the complete version of the original game but with some changes.
Along with better visuals there will be a number of enhancements to optimize the game for touchscreen devices. Stainless Games announced the news in an update on its Kickstarter project page, and according to Touch Arcade the iOS version will be free for the first 24 hours on the App Store.
The developer is doing this to thank their backers on the Kickstarter project that have helped them to fund their upcoming PC Game, Carmageddon: Reincarnation. The game has been promised to be universal so users will be able to play the game on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and the iPad and it will have a wide range of touch control methods.
There will also be an “intuitive gesture system” that allows players to recover and repair their vehicle in-game, and an action reply option will allow users to upload their best moments to YouTube along with Game Center integration. It is not currently known if the Android version will also be free. Are you a fan of Carmageddon?