Carmageddon: Max Damage — £3.29 @

Carmageddon: Max Damage — £3.29 @

Found 12th Mar 2018
Carmageddon: Max Damage is the latest
instalment in the legendary Carmageddon series. Carmageddon is the
driving sensation where pedestrians (and cows) equal points, and your
opponents are a bunch of crazies in a twisted mix of automotive killing
machines. It’s the ultimate antidote to racing games!!

Play an adrenaline pumping bunch of game
modes against AI opponents, or online against the rest of the Carmafan
masses! Progress your Career through the Carma ranks or have a
MultiPlayer romp in a Car Crusher, Fox 'n' Hounds (always been Stainless
MP game session favourite!), Death Race or Checkpoint Stampede event -
all frenetic fun, featuring Carmageddon’s trademark over-the-top
violence, crazy PowerUps and non-stop laughs…

PLUS! You can relive all the mangling mayhem with the built-in Action
Replay System. Featuring multiple choice of cameras and replay options –
it’ll mean you never miss a pile-up again! Get your movies online and
brag about your ped culling achievements. And there will be plenty of
THOSE too – Achievements, Challenges and Collectables to hunt down,
that’ll keep the whole family entertained for hour upon happy blood and
oil splattered hour.
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Didn't GOG giveaway this game for free a while back?
Don't believe so. I remember they gave away the promote this game?
Either way if you like the original Carmageddon it's worth it at this price. There's some tweaks they've made to the formula which I don't like but it's still a fun game. Very nostalgic. Heat
missymathmo2 h, 21 m ago

Didn't GOG giveaway this game for free a while back?

Both the original and TDR2000 have been given away for free before but not this latest one. Other than the Fanatical bundle earlier in the year, this is the lowest price this game has been.
The golden days of gaming, where politicians would froth at the mouth over pixellated gore. Tabloid newspapers running full page condemnations and encouraging mass hysteria over the fabric of society being unravelled by a video game.

Good thing we're more enlightened and past that now though. Umm.....
For the longest time, I thought it was Ainsley Harriott on the cover of this game.
And that was before it even became a meme.
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