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  • GRID Autosport Racing Video Game Is Coming to Android on November 26th

    UK-based video games publisher Feral Interactive announced today that it plans to release the GRID Autosport racing video game on the Android platform next week on November 26th.
    Released two years ago on Apple's iOS platform for both iPhone and iPad devices, GRID Autosport is the ninth game in the TOCA series, developed by Codemasters. It's one of the most acclaimed racing games with console quality, intuitive tilt and touch controls, motorsport’s most challenging circuits, and some of the world’s most exciting cars.

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