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Desc:Arcade game about running over people. This caused a huge controversy upon release.
Category:Video Games
Tags:70s, arcade, vehicular homicide, early video games, exidy
Submitted:spiteful crow
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Comment count is 14
Well that does it, I'm 100% desensitized to violence now.
Spit Spingola
I like how they die by walking into the stationary pixel-car
The Mothership
It took me a second to realize that the people were replaced by tombstones. Also 5 for the screams.
It's ok, some of them are hookers.
If anything I'm offended that they call this a race.
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Oh god, this murder simulator is going to make me vomit.
pressed peanut sweepings
Somehow the primitive graphics make it more disturbing to me. It's kind of interesting that even at this stage of video game history people were trying to make games in which you kill innocent people. Then again, they also made Custer's Revenge, so I shouldn't be so surprised.
Killing innocent people is fun. Are you even American?

MacGyver Style Bomb
They're zombies.

Games like this are why flocking behavior was seen as such a revelation in CG in the 90s.
I remember playing this game as a kid in the 70s/80s. It was cool because you got to run over people, but I still preferred Asteroids and Space Invaders. I know deep inside however that when I do kill, what the root cause will be...

Jet Bin Fever
Think of the children!!
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