User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Robocop's prime directives
Riot in Downtown
Damaged Cyborg #1
Disturbance in Old Town. Restore Law and Order
A motorcycle goes over Robocop
Match the suspect on the left #1
Put the person in that machine out of commission
415 in progress
PJ Wrecking should not be allowed to hire maniacs
Outside OCP headquarters
Damaged Cyborg #2
Match the suspect on the left #2
Save the president
Punch or shoot your enemies
Attacked on an intersection
Attacked from above
Triple Shot Gun
This guy looks familiar...
Seedier part of town
Gotta love the propaganda
Level 2 includes platform jumping
Level 2 Boss is a van (from the movie?)
Beat them up.
Crossing the road.
You can use your gun now.
ED-209 as an end of level boss.
Shoot the hostage taker.
Deeper into The Old Town.
Van full of Goons.
Firing Range for the bonus round.
Robocop is strong
Jumping guy with chainsaw
Real wrecking ball
bad guy with jet pack
Starting level 1
RoboCop's boot sequence
RoboCop can jump!
Enemies die when running, lemming-like, into RoboCop... both he and they flash green
Armed and ready
Shooting diagonally up at snipers in the windows
Firing a triple-shot against a grenade-hurling assailant taking cover behind destructable crates
These snipers are getting out of hand
Firing off a final triple-burst at my old enemy...
What would RoboCop be without ED-209 as his foil?
Finished level 1!
On to the next stage...
A shooting gallery bonus game!
Next up, level 2
Combat goes fast and furious here in old Detroit
Gathering a weapons power-up
Level 2's boss fight, thugs atop a van
High score table
Beginning the game
Watch out for that motorcycle!
Under attack from above and below
An end of level boss
Look out behind you!
The high score screen
Starting the game
What the hell is that?!..
Those snipers are really nasty
Nothing interesting in this room...
It's dark in here...
Data East splash screen
Splash screen 2
Playing level 1 - getting chased and shot at
Fighting the boss on level 1
Starting level 2..
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