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Death Rally already gets its first update


2:30 AM on 04.09.2011



A mere week after the release of Death Rally on iOS devices, Remedy Entertainment has already released a significant update to their combat racer. In addition to fixing some bugs in the initial release and some minor improvements to graphics, they've added some new content.

A sports car called Wraith is now playable and there are two weapons, a multi-missile launcher dubbed "Striker" and a laser sight to make those shots just that little bit easier. Finally, version 1.1 adds a new challenge, "All Nitro" which I would imagine is rather fast-paced. 

This game looks great and our own Maurice Tan seemed to be a fan in his review. If I can pry the iPad out of my woman's fingers, I may have to give this one a go.






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