User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Fantastic Dizzy. (AGA)
Title screen. (AGA)
The story so far... (AGA)
Start of the game in Dizzy's home. (AGA)
Outside Dizzy's home. (AGA)
Up in the trees. (AGA)
Watch out for man (egg?) eating plant! (AGA)
2 lives left. (AGA)
A king. (AGA)
Going up a lift. (AGA)
Game Over. (AGA)
Country side. (AGA)
Ah! Big hairy ugly thing! It's time to get the flaming hey out of here! (AGA)
Water fall. (AGA)
Solve the puzzle and you'll get an extra life. (AGA)
Going into town. (AGA)
In town. (AGA)
Castle Street. (AGA)
Underground tunnel. (AGA)
The entrance will take you to an underground tunnel. (AGA)
"Arrr... I be the most blackhearted squid sucking buccaneer that ever sailed the Seven Seas!" (AGA)
Is this the French Revolution or something? (AGA)
Whoever this fat dude is - he doesn't look happy. (AGA)
Inside Dizzy's home
Watch out for the Guillotine
Meet Prince Clumsy
Jump on the barrels to cross the falls
Complete the puzzle and Good Wizard Theodore will grant you an extra life!
Watch out for the rats!
Meet Blackheart the Pirate
The Palace Guard will let you pass...for a price.
Dizzy enters the Prince's castle after the crossbow shooting minigame
At the bottom of the mine
The mine cart minigame
At the beach - no time for relax!
Dizzy at the shipwreck
Such sweet graphics and such an awfully hard part
Dizzy found the castle of the evil wizard Zaks!
Multi-lingual main menu
Starting the game
Home, sweet home!
Take the key - an easy task
Outside your house
Jumping at the sight of a spider
Meeting a funny guy
Forest at night
Died on the stakes
You carry a lot of junk
The guard won't let you in
A small house
Confronting a pirate
Dizzy decides to commit suicide
Crossing a bridge
The opening story
The cast of characters in the opening sequence
Starting a new game
Dizzy explores the land
Aladdin version title screen
House of some egg
A pink triceratops
By the fireplace
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