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Submitted by BigRedNY 864d ago | news

Wrestling Revolution bringing a ring full of wrestlers to Android and iOS

Been craving for a wrestling game fix on your mobile devices? Look no further than Wrestling Revolution, which has just been updated to include over 300 wrestlers in over 9 different promotions, becoming the deepest wrestling game experience on iOS and Android by far.

Created by cult wrestling game icon MDickie, Wrestling Revolution is a spiritual successor to the various PC wrestling games the man has made over the years. Now, for the hefty price of FREE, you can immerse yourself in all of the 10 man Cage matches, Battle Royals, and Extreme Rules bloodbaths your heart has desired for your mobile device. (Mobile)

darthv72  +   864d ago
cool
downloading it right now.

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