User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
A Cinemaware interactive movie.
The title screen.
The game's background story.
Commanding the US space station,
The SDI satellite status screen.
Running down the airlock.
It's time to take control of your spiffy space ship and do some hero stuff!
At the controls of your ship.
Repairing a damaged SDI satellite.
Docking with the US space station.
Manning the missile defense system! You need to blow that ICBM out of the sky!
Docked at the US station. You can repair your ship's damage here if you want.
Docking with the Russian space station.
Your brush with death is about to begin...
You need to pick off the Russian rebels and get to the end of the hall in time to save the girl.
Dodging laser fire!
Running down the hall!
If you don't make it in time, the female Russian Station commander dies!
Made it time!
Hey, it wouldn't be a Cinemaware game without a love scene, right?
The US congress.
Movie style credits.
Company Logo Cinemaware
Strategic overview of USA
A swarm of fighters attacks
Enemy shot down
Our hero kissing his lover.
Getting a ticker message from Washington.
In my space ship. I have a space ship and you don't, hahaha.
Natalya sends you a message.
Computer Aiding Docking.
Running into the Russian Space Station.
It's time for your brush with death.
Running down the halls of the Russian Space Station.
The End - I died and the movie is over.
Washington sends an urgent message
Your main command center
A status update from your second in command
Defense satellite status (two are damaged)
World map (Note swarm of fighters)
Blast those renegade Russians out of space!
Docking with a space station
An update from your Russian counterpart
Washington receives a status report
The evil Russian commander looks on as his fleet of space fighters take off.
Running into the space station.
Repairing a damaged satellite.
Docked at the US space station. You can enter the station, take off, or repair you ship.
The map of Russia.
Victor Aliyev, head of the Russian rebels.
Take out a missile with the S. D. I.
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