User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Intro featuring some highlights of the Premier League.
This screen shows all the stars you've gained after a match.
The players are ready for Kick Off
Training allows the player to hone skills without match practice.
Setting up teams for friendly.
Some information of the team, including a video of the stadium
Running during a rainy night match.
A yellow card
Just a bit over the bar. Replays don't follow any camera, and the player can view the action from any part of the field.
Taking a corner.
Players celebrating. All kits are unique in this one.
Tapping it over the goalie.
After you finish the season, you can change team name, logo and the players names, and play friendlies against other exported teams.
Some amazing balls skills. This trick is one of the most effective.
Going on a break...
Setting up a new game.
The game keeps track of detailed user records.
You can select general tactics, as well as changing offensive bias and tweak position.
Players stats are reduced during season mode, and improve at it goes on.
Celebrating in style.
Nice looking kick, but it's going over the bar.
A free kick.
A Star Goal is any shot from outside the penalty box, even if it used the FIFA 94 trick.
The better you play, the more star points you get.
Rainy day match
After a couple of games, you can trade one of your less used players for a Star, always at a cost.
Improving player stats is crucial, particularly Stamina.
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