Warhammer 40K Carnage

Warhammer is a popular franchise when it comes to the gaming world, be it with the creation of painted figurines and battlements or classic video games. Warhammer 40,000: Carnage is the latest hit in the series of games we've seen launch on Android, which arrived on iOS last month.

There are some exciting features in Warhammer 40,000: Carnage, including the ability to play as space marine characters, battling through stunning levels. Then you have the easy control layout, more than 500 classic wargear items, free expansion packs with more than 50 levels and fireteam missions for co-op with friends. If all that didn't interest you, the Carnage story line was written by award winning author Graham McNeill.

It's definitely a must-have for any action game fan. Please note that the developer recommends a RAM requirement of 768MB Ram, meaning you'll need to have 1GB or more installed. Android 4.1 or newer is also a must. Give it a go and let us know how you like the game.

Source: PhoneArena

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I don't normally get excited about mobile games, per se. That said, this trailer made me feel a tingle in my happy place.

Just a normal, run-of-the-mill, mindless hack-n-slash. Not much to get excited about.

ryanmtech says:

but at least it has an awesome storyline, not just run run run run run repeat

ryanmtech says:

yea man this looks tight. im getting it now.

shiltz says:

Yet another game that makes use of the play stores stupid ability to only allow certain devices to download or even see that the game exists so I can't play it, and this is on a tablet with a tegra 4 processor and android 4.3, so it would be capable of running it just fine.

grydlok says:

That's the developer decision.

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Email them and let them know. Ask for support. Sometimes they just don't know its not supported.

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TurboFool says:

You feel that the Play Store's ability to save us from the frustration of being able to install games the developer has determined aren't compatible with our devices is "stupid?" I prefer it to the alternative...

shiltz says:

Given that the current system is flawed and isn't actually based on compatibility at all, yes, I feel it's stupid and can think of alternatives, the best one being giving the users the option to override the lockout with warning and allowing them to install the apps. Thus far any app that has not been compatible with my most of my devices but with one, often older device I've always been able to install them on the older device, transfer the apk, install it on the new one and it would flawlessly.

Paul Acevedo says:

I got them to add compatibility with the EVGA Tegra Note, at least!

hmmm says:

Looks like a nice nVidia Shield game. Knowing Android developers controller support is not implemented though. I might check it out if I can map the controls to a real controller.

6.99 and in app purchases...... Nope

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Not supported on my Nexus 7. Are you serious?

Which model do you have? I have the 2013 model and it's allowing me to install it. I'm not going to but I could.

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delrey1900 says:

Oddly enough, it will let me buy it for my old Droid 4.

Kinesis916 says:

Sweet Graham McNeill!

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user7618 says:

I put it on the wishlist. McNeill is alright, he did write the Ultramarine books, but I can think of a better writer.

Android: It will make you a sexual tyrannosaurus, just like me.

There is only one Total Annihilation... It was made by Chris Taylor at Cavedog... (He went on to form Gas Powered Games).

Andro10 says:

Very repetitive game play with a scene where you get chased by a building size robot who's practically impossible to kill. Every time you want to revive you use stars which you have a very limited amount of, forcing some idiots to buy stars (with US currency).

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bluesun3030 says:

Has anyone has luck with this game running in ART? I'm interesting in buying, but with hold out for confirmation of ART compatibility.