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Warhammer 40,000: Carnage is 70% off for a limited time, orcs are worried

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If you've got a hankering for killing orcs but you're living on a budget, there's good news from Roadhouse Interactive. For a limited time, their side-scrolling action RPG Warhammer 40,000: Carnage is available for 70% off in the iOS store. The title normally sells for US$6.99, but thanks to the discount you'll be able to get it for roughly $2.

Featuring up to three playable characters, threatening landscapes full of meteor storms, exploding enemies, gravity changes, and over 500 items from Warhammer's history, there's lots to experience. The title has more than 50 levels spread across two maps with more levels coming in future updates.

The game offers in-app purchases that can be used to unlock characters faster or buy new weapons although, since the title normally costs $6.99, this sale might cut the sting out of laying down some extra scratch to unlock things up front. You can watch a trailer for the game below, and then head over to the iTunes Store to report for duty.

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