Stainless Games Fixes Carmageddon’s Save Game Bug

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Install Carmageddon's latest update to ensure your progress isn't lost the next time you play.
Install Carmageddon's latest update to ensure your progress isn't lost the next time you play.

Stainless Games brought the 1997 classic that is Carmageddon to the App Store last week, but its launch was marred by a nasty save game bug that was capable of wiping all the progress you had made in the game.

Thankfully, the company has now issued an update that fixes the problem.

Beware: Carmageddon Save Bug Could Wipe All Your Progress

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Install Carmageddon's latest update to ensure your progress isn't lost the next time you play.
Follow the walkaround below to ensure your Carmageddon progress isn't lost.

Earlier this week, Stainless Games brought the 1997 reckless driving sensation that is Carmageddon to iOS, and I haven’t been able to put it down since — it’s as good today as it was 15 years ago on the Dreamcast. However, it does have one issue holding it back: a save game bug that could wipe all your progress.

Blood And Slaughter Are The Maim Of The Game In Carmageddon For iOS [Review]

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This man wants to drive over your spleen. Repeatedly.
This man wants to drive over your spleen. Repeatedly.

This is Carmageddon: the driving game that got banned in several countries. The driving game that’s less about driving, and more about killing. Hit the gas and aim for the gizzards.

Newly released for iOS, this is a 12+ rated no-holds-barred killing fest. It’s non-stop gory driving violence with plenty of offensive language thrown in for good measure. In some working environments, both the game and some of the screenshots that follow may be considered NSFW.

Start Your Engines! Carmageddon Comes To iOS, And It’s Free Today Only

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It pays to be a madman behind the wheel in Carmageddon.
It pays to be a madman behind the wheel in Carmageddon.

The violent driving sensation that is Carmageddon makes its debut on iOS today, 15 years after it was first released — and subsequently banned for its twisted mix of automotive killing machines — on Mac and PC. It’s available to download right away from the App Store, and it’s free for today only — so grab it quick.