Ice Rage from Herocraft is now available for free on Android

Ice Rage from Herocraft is now available for free on Android
Ice Hockey as a game has sort of passed me buy, I guess that’s thanks to growing up in the UK. We went for Cricket instead at school. But that never stopped me enjoying a good game of Ice Hockey on my Mega Drive.

Herocraft have released their iOS Ice Hockey hit onto the Google Play Store recently and it’s free to play. Although saying that there are quite a few adverts to dismiss in between games.
Ice Rage from Herocraft is now available for free on Android


#1 Sports Game on smartphone in the US and 70 other countries. Over 2 million players! Ice Rage brings ice hockey into the 21st century, whilst paying tribute to 1984’s Hat Trick. Players face off across a ice rink, in a hockey duel – one player and one keeper one each side. Play is rapid and rough, with players spending as much time eating the ice as on their feet. There are three different single player modes (Tournament, Quick Match and Deathmatch) and a single-device multiplayer. There are also tons of unique characters to choose from such as lightning fast Antero or heavy-hitting Enviro-Bear. Team them up with crazy goalies like Santa and you’re sure to get the upper hand. Superb animation and charismatic characters make this a game you won’t forget in a hurry. We dare you to take on the championship or challenge your friend in the most intense single-device multiplayer you’ve ever experienced.

Key game features are as follows.

• Music and sound FX from the audio designer of Alan Wake & Max Payne.
• Single-device multiplayer for 2 people
• Awesome 3D graphics
• Tournament mode: Can you defeat the legendary Skar?
• Over 2 million players can’t be wrong!
• The best single-player Hockey game around.

Herocraft have posted a trailer on YouTube showing off the game.

Just head over to the link below on your device to try it out.

Google Play Store Link – Ice Rage free

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