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  After 150,000 paid downloads, Not Doppler launches free Lite versions of Earn to Die and Earn to Die HD on the App Store
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]


Sydney, Australia – November 26, 2012 - After generating over 150,000 paid downloads for Earn to Die and Earn to Die HD in just over two months, Not Doppler has today launched Earn to Die Lite and Earn to Die HD Lite, both of which are available today on the App Store for free.

The free Lite versions allow players to experience the first level from Earn to Die's Story Mode; allowing them to unlock and upgrade the first two vehicles as they plough their way through hordes of zombies.

For those unfamiliar with Earn to Die, the game sees players unlocking and upgrading vehicles as they drive their way through a zombie apocalypse. The game itself is based on the like-titled Flash game, which has been played over 180 million times online.

Players who decide to purchase the full version of Earn to Die ($0.99) or Earn to Die HD ($2.99) will be able to:

- Smash through the rest of the  Story Mode, as they drive their way cross-country during a zombie apocalypse

- Get access to all 8 vehicles , including a race-car, a truck and even a school bus! All of which are customisable with a range of upgrades.

- Challenge their friends for the best time in Championship Mode

- Smash through pumpkins and unlock achievements in the recently added free Halloween Mode update

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About Not Doppler:

Not Doppler is a Sydney-based game publisher. Since 2005, Not Doppler has become well established in the Flash gaming sector, helping fund and sponsor over 120 original Flash titles. In 2012, Not Doppler made its entrance into mobile and tablet publishing by teaming up with independent game studio Toffee Games to bring their hit Flash title Earn to Die to the App Store.



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