Crazy Cars III (re-released later as Lamborghini: American Challenge) is the third entry in the Crazy Cars series and was developed and published by Titus France in 1992 for the ...
Crazy Cars III (re-released later as Lamborghini: American Challenge) is the third entry in the Crazy Cars series and was developed and published by Titus France in 1992 for the Amiga, DOS, Atari, and others. It was further ported in the subsequent years following its release.
If you like Lamborghinis and/or illegal street racing, you’re in the right place. Starting with a low-mod vehicle and $6k in your pocket, you aim to reach the top of the racing circuit. Racing on roadways scattered all over the United States, take on 60 races against opponents and take home the title. Aside from racing itself, you can earn funds by betting on the outcome of the races and other drivers. Use those funds to upgrade your car and stay ahead of the competition. There are many civilian drivers to watch out for, as well as police officers looking to run your speeding ass off the road.
Crazy Cars III was released to mostly positive reviews and landed at #18 on the “50 Finest Atari ST Games of All Time” list. Racing fans will definitely be able to get into this one, especially if you like your races a little less boxed and a lot more open.
Review by: Manu
Published: 16 October 2017 5:51 pm
Amiga version 2.2 - Language: English - Size: 7.96 Mb
Amiga version 2.2 - Language: English - Size: 8.71 Mb
I tried my 2nd last save point and had the same issue, so I tried my 3rd last save point and it is working now. Since this game I save often and use every save slot
I came into the 3rd division and Fort Wayne and Sand Diego are not working: after betting I get only black screen and nothing happens. I guess none of the races ist working
saving was not working yesterday, but somehow it is working now. Great game. I remember playing it when I was much younger and it is still fun.
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