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Composer(s)  Iron Maiden
Initial release date  12 October 1998
Developer  Stainless Games
9/10 Steam

4.6/5 GOG

Engine  Blazing Renderer
Series  Carmageddon
Mode  Single-player video game
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Release date(s)  Windows EU: October 12, 1998 NA: November 30, 1998 Mac OS NA: April 1999
Genre(s)  Vehicular combat, racing
Platforms  Microsoft Windows, PlayStation, Macintosh operating systems, Nintendo 64, Game Boy
Publishers  Square Enix Europe, Interplay Entertainment
Similar  Carmageddon games, Square Enix Europe games, Racing video games

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Carmageddon II: Carpocalypse Now is the sequel to the graphically violent vehicular combat video game Carmageddon, released in 1998. The game was developed by Stainless Games and published by Sales Curve Interactive. It has been released for both Microsoft Windows and Mac OS.

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Gameplay

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Like its predecessor, Carmageddon II was subject to criticism for the level of violence portrayed in the game. It is rated 15+ by ELSPA. In some countries, the pedestrians (and animals) are zombies, and blood is turned to green slime: In Germany, aliens replaced the pedestrians. Internet-released 'blood patches' restore the original human pedestrians. The blood pack was later released in the United Kingdom in 1999, earning the game an 18 certificate.

Carmageddon II was one of the few racing games at the time to feature deformable models on its cars, making for more realistic dents and crashes. In fact, the player's car can even be bent in half, leaving the player to drive with only the front wheels on the ground. The car can also be sheared in half, causing retirement from the race if the damage is not repaired before the vehicle touches the ground.

As with Carmageddon, there are 3 ways to finish most levels:

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  • Complete the race, passing every checkpoint before the time runs out
  • Destroy all the opponents
  • Kill every zombie/pedestrian in the level
  • As the player progresses through the game, sets of levels are gradually unlocked (10 in total), each consisting of 3 standard "Race, Wreck, or Wreak havoc among the zombie/pedestrian hordes/populace" levels, followed by a mission. Each mission has specific tasks that must be completed before unlocking the next set.

    The time limit in the game is generous, and the player can kill pedestrians, crash into opponents, or do tricks to gain time as well.

    Reception

    The PC version received "favorable" reviews according to video game review aggregator GameRankings.

    References

    Carmageddon II: Carpocalypse Now Wikipedia


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