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  • sidetwo
    started a topic Android Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    Death Rally now available globally on Android!



    Remedy Entertainment is proud to announce that Death Rally for Android is now available worldwide on Google Play!

    In celebration of the launch, Remedy is giving away the game for $0.00. That’s right, free! The Android version’s free to play model will be supported by an in-app purchase system that can be used to purchase more tracks, cars and guns. Additional parts can be gained for free by performing TapJoy sponsored actions. Of course, gameplay is and will always be completely free to play.



    Death Rally is an intense, action packed, top-down racing game with addictive gameplay and guns. Lots of guns. Make a run for the finish line with a trail of burnt rubber and spent shells behind you… along with the flaming wreckage of any opponent dumb enough to get in your way.

    Death Rally for Android requires an Android device with:

    - * * * Multi-touch display
    - * * * OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics acceleration with the performance of Adreno205, Mali400, SGX540, Tegra2 or better
    - * * * ARM v7 compatible CPU
    - * * * Android operating system version 2.2 or later.

    Tested Devices: Asus EEE Transformer, HTC Desire HD, LG G2X, Motorola Atrix 4G, Motorola Droid 3, Motorola Photon, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy S II, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Samsung Infuse, Samsung Nexus S, Sony-Ericsson Xperia Arc, Sony-Ericsson Xperia Play

    For more Death Rally information, follow us on Facebook and Twitter: www.facebook.com/deathrally and www.twitter.com/remedygames

    Download Death Rally for your Android device direct from Google Play

  • Mike
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    It's the kind of game that makes you feel bad for your decision to quit having a smartphone and embrace the good old classic cellphone )
    Last edited by Mike; 09-06-2018, 01:32 PM.

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  • Johniem
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    How can I sync saves between my nexus 4 and nexus 7?

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  • Patric
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    missd: You need to be connected to a network and you need to be registered/signed in to Google Play. Then in-apps should work.
    Thanks for asking and sorry for the delay answering.

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  • Patric
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    Mr Bond: We have a Nexus S here for testing and exit works on both back button and home key. It is possible that the operating system keeps the game in the background until it discards it during maintenance or you remove it manually, but this is how Android works. Death Rally for Android fulfills all Android requirements about non-existent memory and resource usage while running in the background.

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  • CommanderBond
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    Hello,

    how can I close Death Rally on my Nexus S handset (running JB 4.1.2)? When I press the Nexus S' back button: Nothing happens. When I press the home button, it moves in the backgroud keeping the device active.

    Thanks,

    CommanderBond

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  • missd420
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    I cannot make in-app purchases. How do I fix this?

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  • Patric
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    Originally posted by wiger123
    Ugh, the app is 50mb, when I attempt to download it says "insufficient space" I have got two gigs on my SD card but only like 35 megs on my phone memory. Is there any way to download to SD card?
    Sorry Wiger, you must first install Death Rally for Android, and only then can it be transferred to SD card. And 50mb will not do, as you need to have the installation package and the unpacked installed game in memory at once. This measures up to 165mb as written on the product page in Google Play.

    You should also check the other phone requirements and tested devices + listed devices that are NOT supported. Usually devices that are supported from a feature perspective also have the needed memory and vice versa. Devices with just 100-200mb of memory are usually not up to running Death Rally anyway.

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  • Patric
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    Draecoeh: Nice to hear that you like Death Rally on Android. I use an Android phone myself these days and it works really nicely. It's true that multiplayer is not included on Android, but then again, it's free

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  • Draecoeh
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    Games much better on my Samsung galaxy S3 than on the I phone 4 I replaced it with, due to the screen size.

    One irritation is the fact that I couldn't sign in and continue my game from the image phone.

    Also no multilayer

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  • MestV
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    I'm downloading it now on my rather low-end Samsung Gio

    http://catalogue.proximus.be/PUB/gsm...adw_cbu_P_F2_8

    Curious if it'll work.

    Edit: Apparantly it doesn't Meh... black screen and shuts off (though I can download it without notice from google play) Let's hope to win the IPAD so we can play afterall eh ^^
    Last edited by MestV; 05-25-2012, 06:10 PM.

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  • agdewey
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    Originally posted by Patric View Post
    mortuus: HTC Desire is NOT supported
    agdewey: HTC Desire S has been successfully tested, but only when the Android OS has been updated to 2.2 or above. The original v2.1 it ships with is not enough. I therefore removed Desire S from the list of tested devices on the product page.
    Thanks for the reply Patric. My Desire S came with Android 2.3.3 installed, which was recently upgraded to 2.3.5, but I can't get the game to install. Is there a way to install it independent of the Android Play Store?

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  • eponce
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    Hi, the sound doesn't work in Galaxy Tab 7 " WIFI, Can I do something at configuration?

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  • Patric
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    mortuus: HTC Desire is NOT supported
    agdewey: HTC Desire S has been successfully tested, but only when the Android OS has been updated to 2.2 or above. The original v2.1 it ships with is not enough. I therefore removed Desire S from the list of tested devices on the product page.

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  • Courior
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    Re: Death Rally now available globally on Android!

    Hey Cowbutt was just wondering on what phone you created the symlink? I was trying to get it to work on my Xperia Play but it wasn't having it. I have root access and all but even after I create the link I cant change directories through it.

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