Traffic Panic 3D Free for a Limited Time to Thank Neon Play Fans

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[MobilePRwire] – Traffic Panic 3D, perhaps the most explosive game to launch in the Google Marketplace this year is now free across both iPhone and Android. Players and critics have become obsessed with the spectacular 3D crashes in the game. This carnage can now be enjoyed for free across both iPhone and Android phones and tablets this Christmas.

The most explosive traffic simulation game on the App Store, Traffic Panic 3D has now officially launched for Android in the Google Marketplace. To celebrate this release and to thank their users for helping them achieve 27 million downloads, games developer Neon Play have made the iPhone, iPad and Android version of Traffic Panic 3D free for the holiday period.

Traffic Panic 3D is based on the original title Traffic Panic, which crashed into the top of the charts in early 2010, it has now had over 500 five star reviews and 2.3 million downloads.

Neon Play have enhanced the original by placing the new version in a destructive 3D world. Now when there is a collision, the player can see the results of cars flipping, trucks jackknifing and tankers exploding. And that’s before a building explodes…

Traffic Panic 3D has been recognized for it’s innovative way of rewarding the player for both winning and losing. Not only is there a visual delight at watching the car wrecks and violent explosions roll out upon game over, but these crashes also award credits depending on the amount of damage caused.

Credits can be used to unlock a feast of unlock-able content, such as the explosive Fuel Tanker or renegade Tank. Interactive buildings can also be unlocked, such as the Fireworks Factory, Car Showroom made of glass, explosive Gas Station or Building Site (complete with wrecking ball). Obviously, crashing into one of these structures triggers absolute chaos.

The reviews below give new Android users a taste of what is to be expected from Traffic Panic 3D:

Touch Arcade: “What an incredible enjoyable game this is. I am sooo hooked on it. This game screams fun, and trying to better your highscore is just pure adrenaline.”

148Apps: “This, my friends, is the kind of game that eats a person’s time faster than a day spent at the Awesome Things Expo.”

AppReviewer.com: “With Traffic Panic 3D, Neon Play has made my wish come true.”

There are 44 engaging achievements as well as a global score and a damage leaderboard managed with Game Center and OpenFeint.

Oli Christie, CEO of Neon Play commented, “Making this game free for a short time is our way of saying a big thanks to our millions of fans across iPhone and Android. Traffic Panic 3D is dangerously explosive fun, it can make you wince, gawp and laugh all in one play!”

Device Requirements:

* Requires Android 2.2 and above
* 16MB

Pricing and Availability:

Traffic Panic 3D is now free for a short period and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store or Google Marketplace in the Games category.

Based in Cirencester, Glos, United Kingdom, Neon Play Ltd is a privately held mobile games studio founded by Oli Christie. Neon Play makes iPhone and Android games and works with a variety of partners with the aim to launch the most addictive and fun games on the Apple App Store and Google Marketplace. Copyright (C) 2011 Neon Play Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

Read the full press release at MobilePRwire.com

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