Aussie-Made Carmageddon TDR 2000 Is Free Right Now On GOG

Image: Torus Games

There's free games on the Free Game Highway (as the name implies). If such an edifice existed, it'd make perfect sense for Carmageddon TDR 2000, developed by Australia's own Torus Games, to be cruising down this long and lonesome road. Now, let's get out of here before I start channelling more Tenacious D or David Brent.

Carmageddon TDR 2000 usually goes for $5.99, but right now, GOG is offering it for zero bucks. The 100 per cent discount will end at 1am tomorrow (that's January 21 for anyone reading this in 2087), so don't spend too much time contemplating what is clearly a very easy decision.

Here's what you get for your unspent dollars:

Drive 50 totally destructible vehicles. Over 48 missions and races to complete. 9 completely 3D single player environments to explore and destroy. 7 multi-player game types in 9 custom maps.

Is it the latest in the series? No, that would be Carmageddon: Max Damage, which is also on sale on GOG. It's 50 per cent off, bringing the price down to $9.99.

Image: Stainless Games

Yes, it's pretty ridiculous too.

Carmageddon TDR 2000 [GOG]


    I can't be 100% certain, but I was working at Torus (Gameboy Colour programmer) when this game was in production and recorded some ''zombie'' groans and voice work - which when I extracted them from the GOG version sound suspiciously like my voice (but with heavy reverb and distortion applied). So that and my pic in the GBC version of NBA JAM are my minor claims to fame.

    Great soundtrack.

    *Hands up. Hands up. Hands up. Who wants to die?!*

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