User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Start of the game.
Your can make a line.
Where to place it?
The level is building up.
Game in progress
Options screen, notice the "COLTROL" typo on the right side
Menu where you select game mode
Flash columns, need to take out that red flashing jewel at the bottom row
Setting up a two player match
Two player game
Doubles mode allows two players to work together as Player 1 and Player 2 take turns placing blocks
Starting level 0
About to make a red Column
Alternate title screen.
The tutorial cinematic.
Near to lose...
Single player menu options screen 1.
Single player menu options screen 2.
A single player game.
Form groups of the same color
Groups can be formed horizontal, diagonal or vertical
The brown gems dissapear
Put the next blocks with the blue stones at the bottom and all the connected precious blue stones will disappear.
Do here the same with the orange colored stone. Arrange the orange stone in such a way that it is in the middle.
Option for single player, standard mode
Flash mode: only one column matters...
More advanced stage...
You can choose the style of backgrounds and columns
Play against computer or another player
Egyptian look; advanced stage
"Symbols" look: beginning
"Plain" look; almost dead!
Options screen, there's 4 columns & background styles
Flash mode, take out one specific tile as fast as you can (you can't really see it in this shot because it's constantly blinking)
Stage mode, take out blinking tile(s) to advance stage
Every 5 stages there's a bonus round
Vs Mode, you can play against another player or against the computer
Computer opponent - squid
Computer opponent - rabbit
Computer opponent - dragon
Computer opponent - samurai
Computer opponent - some bald guy
Computer opponent - some nazi army dude
Two player game, player 1 wins
Original Mode - 1 Player
Playing in arcade mode
Playing in practice mode
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