User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

Acme (Windows)

Acme Screenshots

Windows version

Acme Windows The game allows the player to change the cards being used

The game allows the player to change the cards being used

Acme Windows A game in progress. 
In this game suits don't have any significance it's the rank that counts

A game in progress. In this game suits don't have any significance it's the rank that counts

Acme Windows Here the player, the Blue Collar Worker, has disposed of all their cards. This means they rise in rank above the remaining player(s) but in this case they're already there.

Here the player, the Blue Collar Worker, has disposed of all their cards. This means they rise in rank above the remaining player(s) but in this case they're already there.

Acme Windows The game maintains statistics showing how many times the player has played in each role

The game maintains statistics showing how many times the player has played in each role

Acme Windows The game has a comprehensive help file that is accessed via the menu bar. This opens in a new, resizable window which sits on top of the game screen.
This page explains the rules in detail

The game has a comprehensive help file that is accessed via the menu bar. This opens in a new, resizable window which sits on top of the game screen. This page explains the rules in detail