Road Rage taken to the next level
Machine guns, tire spikes, and hand grenades... Gas siphons,
shortcuts, and box canyons... Random events such as oil slicks,
drawbridges, and the dreaded Large Roadkill. Wrap all of these
up in a system that guarantees even the last place car still
has a chance to win, and you have the1999 WBC Roadkill tournament.
Experienced players will enjoy the chance to compete in up
to three preliminary heats. Points will be awarded as per the
Campaign Game rules counting the results of the best two heats.
Novices will be given instruction if present one hour before
the start of any first-round heat, as well as the chance to play
a "beginners only" game if numbers permit. And all
entrants will get one final shot to qualify for the finals in
the first-ever Demolition Derby.
Following last year's marathon championship race, the Final
will be limited to six cars this year. This shouldn't decrease
the excitement and tension, however, as the chance to duplicate
the bizarre circumstances of last year's race will still exist.
Three weather events (including Fog on the final section) tested
the player's mettle and led to a very close finish (all ten cars
on the lead section, with four different drivers attempting exit
draws). With both victory and disaster riding on every turn of
the Roadkill tournament offers a level of thrills unmatched by
any other game.