User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Choose your controller.
Select your team.
Prepare to receive kickoff.
The kickoff is ready.
Select what type of play to do.
Select your play.
The pass was no good.
The conversion didn't work because the ball exploded.
Choose number of players
Choose your team
Receiving the kickoff
Managed to run it a few yards
Choosing a type of play
And then the specific play
Demonstration of the pass targets
Nothing doing from that one
The close action - notice that the yellow line is the target to avoid explosion
The QB tried to go it alone but was sacked
We've done it
Didn't reach the line - they will resume from here
Defensive formation options
That pass could be dangerous
They took too long
The affected robot is beamed away
Pick your team.
Passing or running?
Pick the play.
Explanation of the time limit on possession
Choosing a team.
The game is about to start.
Everybody is taking positions.
Your receiver is in trouble.
The game pauses when you have to take an action.
The main menu.
Choosing what single player league to play in.
A successful touchdown.
Making a dash for the end zone.
Preparing to make a conversion for additional points...
... Which works!
When your on the defensive, you can beat your opponent into his end zone. if you succeed and knock down the quarter back when he has the ball and you will score a safety.
Cross the half way line, and the ball will be defused.
At the end of each session, you will get a points total and breakdown of which session they were scored in.
Once you reach the half way mark, you will get to see the robotic half time show.
The end of game results.
The screen showing the results of the other teams games. You will also get a password allowing you to continue your season after you switch off your console.
Title screen number 2
Select your rival coach.
Select what type of pass to throw.
My team receives the ball
Defense team is trying to stop me
The receiver is stopped
The rough and tumble of the game
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