The goriest racing game ever is available now on GOG.com for only $9.99.
GOG.com, the hip and fresh vendor of digital DRM-free delight, is extremely happy to inform all the maniacs of mangling machine mayhem that the original pedestrian-smashing 'Carmageddon' with 'The Splat Pack' add-on is no available on GOG.com for $9.99. Hang to your helmet and wreck your opponents while you wait for Carmageddon: Reincarnation, the new title in the series currently in development at Stainless Games, creators of the original splatter-racer.
The original Carmageddon was a game-changer to the world of racing games, since it combined "normal" racing mechanics with slaying hundreds of innocent pedestrians, cows, footballers, and grandmas, or destroying opponents and police forces. The game was, and still is, adored by gamers worldwide for the flawless design, simple controls, and, most importantly brutal, unbounded fun.
For the people who have never played Carmageddon, the friendly GOG.com team has even prepared a short video which explains what the game means to them.
GOG.com have also prepared a fantastic promo that will start this Friday and last throughout the weekend. All gamers who are biting their nails in anticipation for some of the most fascinating releases of 2013, including the new Tomb Raider, Hitman: Absolution, and possibly THI4F, can buy the originals that made all the series so successful. The first three games featuring Lara Croft are available in a nice Tomb Raider 1+2+3 DRM-free package for only $3.99. The first Hitman game, Codename 47 can be sniped down for $2.39, and Hitman 2: Silent Assassin for $3.99. All three Thief games, Thief Gold, Thief 2: The Metal Age, and Thief 3: Deadly Shadows are available for $3.99 each. Other notable titles form the SquareEnix promo include Deus Ex series, Anachronox, and Legacy of Kain series--all 60% off, this weekend only on GOG.com. Visit GOG.com tomorrow for the Square Enix promo.
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