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If you've been waiting to check out Remedy's successful racer, Death Rally, now is probably the time to do it. The car-combat title is currently free on the Apple App Store. It's only free for "a limited time" however, so get it while the gettin's good.

Remedy is also giving away an iPad via the Death Rally Facebook page. To enter the giveaway, users have to simply "like" Death Rally on Facebook. You should probably actually try the game first, of course. Not that we're suggesting anyone would ever "like" something dishonestly.

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Remedy Entertainment's Death Rally is a Free Download for a limited time on all iOS Devices (and win a new iPad!)

HELSINKI, FINLAND (May 09, 2012) - Death Rally, App Store's #1 Combat Racer and critically-acclaimed classic top-down action racing game, is free for a limited time in the App Store! To celebrate Death Rally's freeness, the team at Remedy is going to go ahead and giveaway the brand new iPad (3rd Gen) as well (all you have to do is like Death Rally on Facebook and you'll be automatically entered to win). They'll even brand it so you can prove to your friends where you got the super-exclusive gadget. Want to support the hard working team at Remedy even more? You can do that by buying new cars, guns and tracks through an in-app purchase system.

Death Rally is an action packed, completely chaotic, destructive racing game with guns gasoline and explosions! It has a robust career mode and global multiplayer mayhem. Remedy has continually supported Death Rally with 10 major content updates. It's been downloaded over 6 million times and has 80 million play sessions. It takes everything you love about racing games and combines it with everything you love about shooters. It's the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup of videogames.

Death Rally is available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

App Store Link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/death-rally/id422020153?mt=8

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This article was originally published on Joystiq.