User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Sunrise on Hillys
Better get the shield going.
The first battle with the Domz
This boss fight happens very early in the game.
This looks valuable!
Funny how the Alpha Sections always show up a little too late...
Akward TV Moment
Photography is Jade's day job.
At home in the Lighthouse
Down in the Hangar
A message from Mr. DeCastellac
Your virtual assistant.
Move the generator into position.
Getting a tow to Mammago
Everybody knows your name at Akuda Bar
Super combo attack!
Pey'j and Jade explore the Ancient Mine
Teamwork is critical to moving through the game.
Main Title/Main Menu
Adjusting the game options.
Hey, looks like the people of Hillys are catching official croatian channel, HTV.
Enjoying the peaceful view... but for how long?
Jade incinerating one of the DomZ with her flame stick.
Caught by the DomZ.
Prepping for the power shot.
Jade's very first boss battle, and it starts as quickly as the game opening.
A common dialogue screen.
Pearls are collectibles that will allow you to buy parts for your hovercraft and/or spaceship.
Interviewing the survivors of the DomZ attack..
Edmundo is your digital pal that will analyze all kinda things you collect along the way.
Jade lives with orphan kids inside the lighthouse on a small island.
Each new object will get analyzed and described its usage and/or purpose.
Sometimes the truth is the most powerful weapon, and Jade's gladly aiming at one.
You'll need money to buy items, and getting photos of various species might just have the right buyer.
Money is good for buying items, but vehicle parts can only be bought with pearls.
Getting your first job will be to got and take a photo of a dangerous alien creature.
Checking out the map and your mission objectives.
Heading towards Mammago garage with a hovercraft.
One of the Mamago's boys giving you the free ride to their repair shop.
Checking out display for some engine parts at Mammago.
As you progress, your health bar will increase, but you have to take care of your sidekick and give him some food for healing during battles.
Your always trusty Woof.
Disc reader is the only place to read messages as well as to save a game.
Chased down by the military.
Racing over the rooftops is one of the most dynamic scenes in the game.
Akuda bar, a place where secret rebel hideout lies.
Inventory and game menu screen.
The mandatory main menu shot
The ring-menu inventory
It was a peaceful morning at the lighthouse --with zen meditation and all!
How do you like a boss fight about 2 minutes after the game starts? Nice lighting job, huh?
Jade and her uncle Pey'j... what do you mean, you can't see the family resemblance?
The cantines in BG&E have a population that make Star Wars' cantinas look almost normal
Better get used to this hovercraft, as you're gonna spend a good chunk of game on it... nice water reflections, by the way!
...and if the hovercraft wasn't enough, you get to do some flighting too!
Jade is up and ready to kick some ass: fear the tube, creatures!
A brief moment of introspection...
The hardest part was resisting the temptation of jumping out and yelling "Boo!!"
Apparently, Jade studied to be a reporter with Solid Snake.
Your companions follow you flawlessly and effectively avoid traps like these electric cables.
You can share your food with your friends.
Sometimes you have to help your friends…
...And sometimes your friends help you
These creatures nail you and your friends to the ground, so you have to get them off each other.
Climbing between the pillars, Jade activates the bridge. Pey’j is waiting at the bottom.
The leader of the resistance looks like Morpheus from “The Matrix”... and not only visually.
A living, breathing world… and propaganda everywhere.
In this world you can do things both on a small and on a large scale.
At the Akuda Bar in the Pedestrian District
A marketplace at the city
A lot of locations, like this hall of conveyors, are either secret or not obligatory to complete.
What’s hidden in the cases that the mechanical arm is putting in the fire? The truth is horrifying.
Jade’s face is so expressive – it runs through a palette of emotions during actual gameplay.
Note the blurred background – BG&E is one of the first games to use depth of field.
Jade enjoys the peaceful scenery in Hillys ...
... but not for long. The DomZ attack.
The first battle
Your uncle Pey'j comes to the rescue.
You receive your first pearl which is used as payment later in the game
Edmundo is your digital companion
Use your camera to take pictures of animals ...
... and to identify objects
Quite unusual menu to enter codes for locks
The MDiscs contain story and mission info
The rhinos at Mammago enhance your vehicles
Travel and fight with the hovercraft
Quite simple conversation dialogue with the weird bartender
Air Hockey mini game
Make sure to examine the items you pickup
Shell game mini game
Race track mini game
Use these bubbles to explode obstacles
Jade gets attacked by another weird enemy.
Enemies leave crystals behind which convert to money
Use these vending machines to buy items
Pey'j gets a cutting tool ...
... to open those fences
Two cute little monsters ...
... or maybe not so little anymore
Meet the resistance
Either duck or jump to avoid those barriers
Map view with locations of pearls and animals
Chase down the looter to earn another pearl
You need to make a photo of this lock in order to get the code sent to you.
Teamwork is needed in lots of places.
Push the enemy into the energy barrier to make it explode
Meet agent Double H ...
... who charges head first into obstacles ...
... and the ends up in awkward situations
Hit the tank at the back of the guards to weaken them
Redirect the light to progress
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