Abandonware DOS title

Autoduel

Autoduel is an old DOS science fiction vehicular combat racing game developed by Origin Systems in 1988 from an original idea by Steve Jackson, Chuck Bueche, Richard Garriott. Autoduel can be enjoyed in single player mode from a top down perspective. It's available for download.
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Rating: 3.69
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Additional info

Facts, trivia and collector's notes are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. These texts use material from this Wikipedia article.

Autoduel was based on the Steve Jackson Games series Car Wars.

The main feature of the game was combat involving customized vehicles. The vehicle construction portion of the game allowed a variety of power plants, guns, ammunition, mine-layers, smokescreens, oil slicks and rockets to be arranged onto an even larger selection of body and chassis types.

Autoduel is based on events in an hypothetical future in the Northeast U.S. In this future, cars are a primary means of protection and defense and the highways are dangerous stretches of land ruled by gangs and vigilantes with armed vehicles.

players: single player

popularity: average

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