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2009/10/20

Death Rally has Been Released as Freeware



I came across this on the NAG forums just now.

Remedy Entertainment, the original developer, has re-released Death Rally as freeware. It's 42 MB, and it will run on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7, according to them.

Why was this done? Because it's the 13th anniversary of the game, it turns out. It was released on October 20th, 1996. I played it a while back, when I was still in high school.

The cool thing about this game is that it features the guest appearance of Duke Nukem.

You know, it was only the other day that I read that there were possible plans of more Death Rally releases in the future, too. Remedy recently filed for a new trademark. It was assumed that it would be for a digital release, but now that I see this whole freeware release thing, I'm not sure.

http://www.remedygames.com/games/death_rally.html
http://forum.alanwake.com/showthread.php?t=2616
http://forums.tidemedia.co.za/nag/showthread.php?t=12229
http://www.strategyinformer.com/pc/deathrally/full-game/33267.html (mirror)
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