Abandonware DOS title

Carmageddon

Carmageddon was a controversial and violent vehicular combat / car racing game, where the player must compete against a number of computer controlled opponents. Running over pedestrians and damaging opponents cars grant time bonuses and credits to be spent for upgrades.
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Rating: 4.04
(28 votes)
NOT abandonware (why?)
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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.

It was inspired by the 1975 cult classic movie Death Race 2000.

In Carmageddon, the player races a vehicle against a number of other computer controlled competitors in various settings, including city, mine and industrial areas.

The player has a certain amount of time to complete each race, but more time may be gained by collecting bonuses, damaging the competitors' cars, or by running over pedestrians.

In many countries, the first release of the game was censored. They contained zombies with green blood or robots with black oil instead of people, as running over the non-human figures was considered more acceptable by their respective ratings boards.

players: single player

input: joystick, keyboard, mouse, gamepad, wheel

distribution: cd-rom

graphics: SuperVGA, VGA

sound: Sound Blaster

Abandonware DOS popularity: below average

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