Get NFL MADDEN 12 by EA Sports Free October 1-3 [Verizon Customers]
Verizon has a special place in its heart (and checkbook) for American Football and every year they offer their customers free NFL apps and contests. This year Verizon is extending that love to the mobile gaming crowd by offering the latest in the NFL MADDEN series to customer for free starting October 1st. For three days only, NFL MADDEN 12, which normally goes for $6.99, will be available for free by dialing **MADDEN (**623336) from any compatible Verizon Android powered phone. NFL MADDEN remains one of the most popular football gaming series ever and the Android version offers many great features such as:
- GET IN THE GAME –
Go deep with ultra-sharp gameplay and stunning graphics optimized for Android phones. Feel the impact of every game-changing tackle with smooth, hard hitting animations.
- AUTHENTIC NFL ACTION –
Choose from the 32 NFL teams and battle it out in their true-to-life stadiums. Make trades, track stats, and launch winning strategies from in-depth playbooks, unique to every team.
- CONTROL EVERY MOVE –
Slow down the clock and make the play on both sides of the ball with Total Defensive Control (TDC) and Action Control Time (ACT). Pause the action and put your players in position to deliver game changing hits with TDC, or use Action Control Time to dominate defenses with dives, spins, jukes, and sprints.
- DRAW HOT ROUTES EVERYWHERE –
Draw up Hot Routes for passing, running, and defense. Even save your best (or craziest!) routes as audibles.
- MULTIPLE MADDEN NFL MODES –
Jump right in with Exhibition Mode, play through an entire 16-game NFL season in Season Mode, or relive the 2010/2011 playoffs.
The EA announcement mentions something about downloading the game from VCAST apps so we’re not sure if they’re going to make you download their app store before offering you the game but since this is Verizon, I’d assume so.
There you go football fans, starting tomorrow you can get your MADDEN on courtesy of Verizon. BOOM!
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