User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

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MobyRank MobyScore
Macintosh
...
4.0
DOS
...
3.3
PC-88
...
3.5

The game ratings for each category and platform are displayed below. The score for a particular platform is the average of all categories. Games must have 1 votes before they are given a MobyScore.

Breakdown by Rating Category

Gameplay
How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.)
3.6
Graphics
The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines
3.2
Personal Slant
How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes
3.6
Story / Presentation
The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed
3.6
Overall MobyScore (39 votes)3.5

Breakdown by Platform

Platform Votes Total
Amiga 4 3.7
      Gameplay 3.7
      Graphics 3.3
      Personal Slant 4.0
      Story / Presentation 3.7
Amstrad CPC 2 4.0
      Gameplay 4.0
      Graphics 4.0
      Personal Slant 4.0
      Story / Presentation 4.0
Apple II 2 3.9
      Gameplay 4.0
      Graphics 3.5
      Personal Slant 3.5
      Story / Presentation 4.5
Atari 8-bit 3 3.6
      Gameplay 3.5
      Graphics 3.5
      Personal Slant 3.7
      Story / Presentation 3.5
Atari ST 1 4.0
      Gameplay 4.0
      Graphics 4.0
      Personal Slant 4.0
      Story / Presentation 4.0
Commodore 64 6 3.4
      Gameplay 3.4
      Graphics 3.0
      Personal Slant 3.5
      Story / Presentation 3.6
DOS 13 3.3
      Gameplay 3.6
      Graphics 2.8
      Personal Slant 3.4
      Story / Presentation 3.4
Macintosh 1 4.0
      Gameplay 4.0
      Graphics 4.0
      Personal Slant 4.0
      Story / Presentation 4.0
MSX 2 3.5
      Gameplay 3.5
      Graphics 3.5
      Personal Slant 3.5
      Story / Presentation 3.5
PC-88 2 3.5
      Gameplay 3.5
      Graphics 3.5
      Personal Slant 3.5
      Story / Presentation 3.5
ZX Spectrum 3 3.6
      Gameplay 3.5
      Graphics 3.5
      Personal Slant 3.7
      Story / Presentation 3.5


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