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[FREE] XPro Rally - Now on Android

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Firexit, Jul 20, 2013.

  1. Firexit

    Firexit Lurker
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    XPro Rally, the popular online Unity3d game is now available on you Android device. The game can be downloaded for free here : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.firexitinteractive.xprorallylite1p1

    Race your way to victory on realistic rally tracks that span from canyons, to forests and snow covered winter tracks. Choose from 3 different rally cars.



    XPro Rally is one of the few rally games on the Android market where you can participate in night-time rally races. This has been developed by the dynamic lighting features of the rendering engine, without compromising the performance of the game.


    The tracks and terrain is developed with the Unity Terrain Engine and is completely hand crafted and assembled for best quality. The physics are simulated by the trusted console industry level solution : nVidia PhysX physics.

    Developed for medium-high end devices by Firexit Interactive, this is a 3 track + 3 car free demo version. If the game's demo gathers good popularity, the full version ( which will soon resume its development ) might also be made a free download ;)

    Try out XPro Rally on your Android phone today! IT CAN BE FOUND HERE : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.firexitinteractive.xprorallylite1p1

    -Firexit Interactive

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  2. Firexit

    Firexit Lurker
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    Hello Everyone!

    We just released our latest game on Google Play today!

    Check out Blockalypse Now! Download here!

    Blockalypse Now! is an action-arcade zombie shooter with a cartoon theme and humour. Select your character, weapons, gear and get ready to survive hordes of zombies.




    Download here!

    -Firexit Team
  3. codesplice

    codesplice Elite Recognized Moderator

    Hi Firexit,

    I have merged your announcement threads to comply with this subforum's "one thread per developer" policy, which aims to reduce clutter and also make it easier for our members to follow your releases. :thumbup:

    Please take a moment to review the posting requirements as they may have changed since your last visit, and feel free to let me know if you have any questions. :)
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