User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
The install process loads eGames' 'Game Butler' through which the games are installed and run
The game's title and load screen
The game's main menu lays out all the available game combinations. The Options sub menu allows the player to toggle the games music and the game's sound effects
The game's tutorial takes the player through a separate level for each game feature. It's not really needed as the player gets the same kind of levels at the start of a full game
The start of a game in Puzzle mode, easy setting. This takes the player through a set of tutorial like levels at the start
Playing a game in Puzzle mode, easy setting. This is the start of one of the special levels
Playing a game in Puzzle mode, easy setting. This is the one of the special levels. The player must remove the blocks between the stars so that they join up and disappear
This block clears all blocks on the row in which it lands, very useful in removing the metal boxes
This block flips all the blocks in the row in which it lands, there's a similar block that flips all the blocks in a column
After ten easy levels, or riddles, the game announces that they player knows the rules and starts to get faster and more challenging
The end of the game
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