Get Carmageddon free for the next 24 hours only [DEAL]

Heads up on a quick deal for those of you who aren’t interested in dropping $2 on Carmageddon: you can now get it for free in the Google Play Store! To celebrate the forthcoming launch of Carmageddon: Reincarnation on Steam Early Access, the team thought it’d be cool to offer the classic remastering of the original game for free.

The catch is that you only have 24 hours to take advantage (even less considering the day is halfway over) so don’t delay if you’ve been wanting to check it out. Do note that there is a difference between the free trial version that has been offered from day one and this version. The trial only gives you a taste of what you can expect for full price, so make sure you click this link to download the full, promo version being offered for free.

We were quite excited for the game’s arrival back in 2013, and our thoughts on it now are no different than they are now. It’s not be for the faint of heart, but if you like running over miles of pedestrians and seeing their guts spill all over the pavement, then it’s right up your alley. Give it a go!

[via Carmageddon]

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  • Phaz0n

    Too many games to play, not enough time.

  • jay

    Gamepad support ?


    Not compatible with SGS4…bummer!

    Edit: fixed…now works

  • Michael

    Link says Item you were attempting to purchase was not found.
    Stock Galaxy Note 3

    • user311

      Just installed it on my Note 3. Its downloading now as I type and its compatible with 3 other android devices which I own.

      • Michael

        Yeah I also went back and tried again a little bit later and it went just fine this time.

  • Devin Pearson

    Says not compatible with my Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note 3.

    • Michael

      Not sure how I missed that, but good looking out.

    • rurallaw

      I bought is as part of the Humble Mobile Bundle. It works on my Nexus 4.

    • Devin Pearson

      Now it says compatible and installs.

    • Ben Edwards

      Off topic, but you have wayyy too many devices :P

      • Devin Pearson

        Not really, Nexus 4 (wife), Nexus 7 (son), Nexus 10 and Note 3 (mine), and Galaxy Nexus (no longer use).

  • snick

    Same error here……DNA

  • Darin

    It installed on my SGS4 and Nexus 7 just fine.

  • WhoaManWtF

    Installed on my G2 just fine, maybe it is region locked?

  • Russ

    I’ve had this installed for about a year?

  • pramarama

    How can they make it free for a limited time? I thought once you put something on the Google Play Store for free, it was permanently free. If they pull the app after a day, how do they propose to allow people who originally downloaded it for free to reinstall?

    • SparklingCyanide

      Well if you notice, they have three seperate versions of the app. The regular One, the Demo one, and this one labeled Promo. So yes, after this 24 hour period, that specific version of the app will not be on the market.

  • steveb944

    It’s like a gorey Twisted Metal. Sure why not.

  • Jason Farrell

    Looks like I already bought it at some point… (and played it for 5 mins before forgetting about it)

    • SparklingCyanide

      It’s an alright game, Twisted Metal is much better imo. Also, has anybody ever told you that you look a lot like Jesus…??

      • Jason Farrell

        Lebowski is Jesus? Duuuuude….

      • Henri Weich Conradie

        He Jesus Glasses, man! He’s Muscles Glasses from Epic mealtime’s cousin!

  • gk1984

    Concerned that this will be forgotten and neglected since it’s considered another app and will eventually be removed from the market. I tried an app that gives paid apps free for a day and it worked this way. Paid app had a limited time free app but could only be accessed through the promotion app. All of those never saw an update while the paid ones did. I know this isn’t the same, but kinda burnt me a bit.

  • Simon Belmont

    Well, this is good if you got the free promo back when it was released. You can update that one finally because it’ll be visible on the Google Play Store for the next 24 hours.

    I downloaded the free promo back when it was first released. Now, I’m seeing an update, which I assume means that it’ll have some bug fixes.

  • Ae Tee

    i never liked the idea of paid apps being made free, but under a different name. coz then, honestly, its just a different apps. like what others have said… developer can continue to update the ‘real’ paid version and leave this ‘free-paid’ version with no updates and support.

    if wanna give free, then give the real deal…