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ZOOM CarmaGeddon TDR 2000
$9.95 (Win95/98) (Retail) (CARMATDRPR)

Stainless Software Ltd. / Sales Curve Interactive

Game

Mature 18+

The World's Most Controversial Racing Game

The world's most controversial racing game returns with incredible graphics, fantastic gameplay and even more outrageous fun!

Max Damage, imprisoned for life, plots his escape. However, there's the small matter of an army of police, hordes of gangsters and thousands of outraged inhabitants - all with homicide on their minds. To succeed, it will take a four wheeling genius with no morals, a killer instinct and a burning passion to escape.

No such person has existed ... until now.

Drive 50 totally destructible vehicles

Over 48 missions and races to complete

9 completely 3D single player environments to explore and destroy:

  • Hollowood - a theme park from your nightmares
  • Necropolis - twisted city of hatred
  • Back of Beyond - post-nuclear wasteland
  • 6 other totally new environments

7 Multi-player game types in 9 custom maps

Including music from Utah Saints & Plague

Requirements:

Windows 95 or 98: Intel Pentium II 266 / AMD K6-2 300mhz, 32Mb RAM, 210Mb hard drive space, DirectX 7 supported soundcard, 8 speed CD-ROM or above, 200Mb swap file.

Hardware Accelerated Mode: DirectX 7 supported D3D Accelerated Graphics Card with 8Mb RAM or above (D3D performance will vary from card to card).

Software Mode: DirectX 7 supported 8Mb graphics card.

Recommended: Intel Pentium III 266 / AMD K7 500mhz / Athion, 64Mb RAM, DirectX 7 supported D3D accelerated graphics card with 32Mb RAM or above.



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