The third installment in the Carmageddon series presents mankind in an ugly future where the rich have gotten richer and live in luxurious guarded Subates. Everyone else, from criminals to the innocent poor, is crowded into decaying cities where lawlessness and police apathy reigns. Fearing the spread of the lawless society, those in control of the Subates destroyed vast areas and cities with tactical nuclear strikes from orbit. Millions died and those who survived fell victim to horrible mutation and an even more horrible existence.
But, over the years, the downtrodden and maligned rise up in strength and once again threaten the Subates. This time, though, hatred is the driving force as the rich build walls around their inner-urban areas to keep the city scum and mutants out. Cheated once again out of any chance for a decent life, these victims are thrown into a hell-like radiation prison created by the Subate bosses, where gangs rule, murder is commonplace, and criminality is the major mode of survival.
It's now payback time. In Carmageddon 3: TDR 2000, the best means for escape and revenge lies in racing heavily armed automobiles at dangerous speeds, shooting and smashing into as many pedestrian bystanders and rival drivers as possible. Although the storyline varies a bit from the simplicity of its two predecessors, the emphasis is still on graphic violence with the main protagonist requiring a killer instinct, few morals, and a wide array of killer vehicles used for vengeance and elimination of all opponents.
The game features a story-based campaign mode, an enhanced Free Play mode, multiplayer support, and numerous game variations including Free for All, Death Race, Knockout Race, Hot Nut! Fox 'n' Hounds and British Bulldogs. Single-player action is mission based with power-ups, vehicle upgrades and repairs, with armor and special enhancements available for purchase with funds earned through successful missions.
The soundtrack features music by musical groups Plague and the Utah Saints. So whether you're in it for the road kill, racing or high-speed mayhem, prepare yourself to go four-wheeling in more than 30 levels of the gritty, grimy lawless world of Carmageddon 3: TDR 2000. ~ Michael L. House, All Game Guide
|Carmageddon TDR 2000 [European Release]||PC|
|Carmageddon: TDR 2000 [European Release]||PC|
Pentium II 266MHz or AMD K6-2 300MHz
210MB hard drive space
200MB swap file
8X CD-ROM drive
DirectX certified sound card
8MB DirectX supported video card with D3D (hardware acceleration)
8MB DirectX supported 8MB graphics card (software mode)
Intel Pentium III, AMD K7 or Athlon 500 MHz
32MB DirectX supported video card with D3D (hardware acceleration) ~ Michael L. House, All Game Guide
|# of Same Screen Players||2|
|Number of CDs||1|
|Tech Support Efirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tech Support Phone||954-522-3900|
|Tech Support URL||www.xicat.com/support/index-Support.htm|
|Legal Copyright/Trademark Line||©2000 SCi Ltd.|
|Legal Copyright/Trademark Line||©2000 Sci, Ltd.|
|Legal Copyright/Trademark Line||©2000 TDR|
|Included in Package||20-page Instruction Manual|
|Official Product Website URL||www.carmageddon.com|
|Official Product Website URL||www.carmageddon.com/tdr2000/tdr2000.htm|
|Official Product Website URL||www.xicat.com|
|Feature 1||Smash and crash through 30 high-speed levels|
|Feature 2||Use advanced weaponry to take down zombies, armed pedestrians, and dangerous vehicles|
|Feature 3||Seven modes of multiplayer games playable via LAN and Internet|