User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
There are eight tracks available.
Driving a qualification lap for the Monaco GP.
Driving through the tunnel in Monaco.
Qualification results for the Brazilian GP.
Waiting for the green lights.
Trying to overtake the Ferrari.
Ferrari with engine failure
Track Selection for Single Race
At the start of qualification in Brazil...
Driving alone in Monaco...
Qualifying results sheet...
You may see the details of your current gameplay, abort it, or continue...
Track information during Championship...
Chasing other cars...
Technical details [McLaren]
Technical details [Williams]
Technical details [Ferrari]
Track winners / Standings
Starting from 3rd position
Waiting for green light [Williams]
Waiting for green light [Ferrari]
Choose your track
During the Qualify ... [McLaren]
Engine blown away ...
Oh damn !
Title screen (CGA)
Track Selection (EGA)
In-Game Cornering Action (EGA)
Title Screen (EGA)
Main Menu (EGA)
Start of a race in Detroit (EGA)
There will be a "DNF" behind my name (EGA)
The bar above the steering wheel shows the tire wear. Right now it's critical (EGA)
Fortunately you can change tires during a pit stop (EGA)
Leaving the tunnel at Monaco (EGA)
You can also keep a complete standings of your tournament circuit racing
Car select - Ferrari
Car select - McLaren
Car select - Williams
Qualification lap start
Taking the corner
Quick race starting line pack
Crunched my car right off the line
Setting uyp the game options
Choosing a car - they're all McLaren-coloured
Ready to go
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