User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
The About screen
The game's title screen.
This opens in a small, fixed size window and the game can be played either in a window or full size
This shows the one of the game's demo's, short videos that explain the game's controls - this one shows the difference between the two and three click swing.
The game's main menu is in the background
This shows some of the game's configuration options
This is shown as each hole loads
The first hole of a new game.
The animated fly by in the centre pane can be stopped by clicking on it.
The overhead view on the right is optional
This shows some of the in-game configuration options that are accessed via the lower menu bar
After each shot the player is shown how well they did.
The shot can be replayed and/or viewed from the reverse
Here the player is manually selecting their club.
The clubs each player carries can be configured by editing the player's characteristics
This is what it's all about, the ball is finally in the hole.
The grid on the green is optional and can be disabled
Starting a new game. Here the player selects the course, the holes to be played, the difficulty and the weather
This is where the player selects the scoring options
The game's scorecard.
Creating a new player.
Not only can the player's shirt colour be changed but the clubs they carry, the distance they can hit the ball and much more can be set
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