More Cro-Mag Rally Images
6:00 AM | Michael Eilers | Comment on this story
Brian Greenstone of Pangea Software has posted a new group of screen shots from their upcoming kart-style racing title Cro-Mag Rally. The fourteen new shots are from a variety of race tracks; there is also a sporty new logo.
Cro-Mag Rally is a racing game in the spirit of console titles such as Mario Kart. With split-screen modes, powerups, and different racing modes, this looks to be more fast, fluid and frantic 3D fun from the creators of Nanosaur and Bugdom. Here are more details on the game:
Cro-Mag Rally is a 3D racing game where you drive primitive cars in primitive lands and do battle using primitive weapons. In addition to the standard 1-player racing where it's you against the computer, there are also several multiplayer battle modes. You can play 2 person split-screen on the same computer, or you can play up to 6 people in a network game. Multiplayer modes include Tag, Capture the Flag, Survival, and more!There is no word as to whether there will be Internet play, currently, but we can always hope. We can't wait for this one! If you haven't tried Pangea's other great titles, make sure you grab the demos and take them for a spin; Nanosaur is a shareware title, while Bugdom is a commercial release.
Cro-Mag Rally's system requirements are still in flux. But it is safe to say that it will require at least 64Megs of RAM, 4MB VRAM, and 233mhz. It will run on OS 8.6 and up. The game uses OpenGL, so it should run on any 3D accelerator card which supports Apple's OpenGL and which has enough VRAM. The game will likely not run on old Rage II chips since it is simply too slow and lacks too many features the game needs.
Cro-Mag Rally Screen Shots
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