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If Rage gets 100,000 Facebook likes, iOS game goes free


5:30 PM on 08.04.2011
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id Software's Rage Mutant Bash TV for iOS is pretty good. Not great, not bad, and at the very least a great example of what Apple's hardware can do in the right hands.

If you want it for free, fire up those Facebook accounts for something more than playing Farmville and stalking ex-boyfriends. id Software says it will give away the iOS version of Rage HD free for a week if the first-person shooter's Facebook page gets 100,000 likes.

We've got work to do, folks. As I write this it's only at 38,598 likes, 39% of the goal. C'mon, folks. Even if you already have the game, let's help some fellow gamers save $1.99. Oh, and I guess help id market Rage in the process.






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