Magmic Releases Call Of Duty 4

Cod4_151_06Call Of Duty returns to the BlackBerry with Magmic newly released sequel to the Call Of Duty 3 Game that we reviewed a few months back. The new Call Of Duty 4 (very original) brings some new gameplay to your BlackBerry and some better graphics from what I can tell. You can read the full blurb below.

Magmic has finally listened to our cry by offering a trial of Call Of Duty 4 so that you can try before you buy. I am really glad to see that they have finally caught on that customers like to try a game before they spend hard earned cash. Another thing you will notice is that Call Of Duty 4 is priced higher than other Magmic games at $12.95 which may deter some. As usual the trial can be downloaded OTA by going to from your BB or heading to the game homepage from your desktop.


From Magmic website:

You play as a member of SAS and US Marine forces who must figure out the source of an ultra-nationalist uprising in the Middle East Use authentic weapons such as rocket launchers and assault rifles to help your squad achieve success in escort, stealth, sniping, and assault missions.

  • Battle through the chaos of modern warfare and events leading up to the COD4 console game.
  • Multiple ways to complete objectives in escort, stealth, sniping, and assault missions.
  • The majority of objects in the environment can be used as cover.
  • Modern weapons and vehicles create an authentic conflict to play through.
  • Choose between different attacks such as up-close melee or long distance sniping.
  • AI squad mates assist in battle and come to your aid via multiple scripted events.
  • Become immersed in battle with advanced special effects never before seen in a mobile game.

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    1. This would be great news if there actually was a free trial! You can download the game and install it, but the first time you run it, it says you have to buy before you play. Ridiculous. Even though the price is down to $6.99, not being able to make sure it works on my phone first just doesn’t make any sense.

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