User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Prepare to start
Choose starting difficulty
Darth Vader is looking for the Rebels.
The Rebel hideout on Hoth.
The first level has you attacking Imperial Probots to prevent them from sending the location of the Rebel Base.
Eventually the Empire will learn the location.
The Empire invades with Scout Walkers and ATATs. You have four tow cables you can use to take down the ATATs.
Engaging the Imperial walkers.
Defeated by Tie Fighters while escaping Hoth in the Millennium Falcon.
Entering a high score.
Stop the transmissions.
An At-At Walker.
Imperial Probe Droids.
From the introduction
Try to fly though the legs for a bonus
Which one to kill first?
Got one of the JEDI letters
An Imperial Probe Droid.
Title and instructions
Choose the level of difficulty
Now to defend the rebels' base
This is the game's title screen.
The main menu and controller selection screen
Different targets score different points
The in-game menu. The player moves the cursor to select the difficulty, and see instructions etc.
Finally, the start of the game. Well it will be after this short introduction
In the first wave the instructions are 'Shoot their transmissions', 'Shoot the fireballs'
Now the screen is filled with debris
So that's what I just killed, a probot. Some kind of cross between a probe & a robot I guess.
Suddenly from shooting probots in space I'm shooting walkers.
One walker destroyed, 2 left
Nice bonus but I think the game is doing the flying for me here
Aaaaah! I've been shooting the big things and its the little ones I should be going for. No wonder my shields are shot to bits!
Back in space, this time with Tie fighters
Entering a name on the high score table. The player positions the cursor over the letter and fires to input their initials
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