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[color=red]By Albert Einstein[/color]
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Carmageddon TDR 2000, the sequel to Carmageddon and Carmageddon II, was a controversial action-racing-vehicular combat video game developed by Torus Games and released in 2000.
The game was released in the United Kingdom on September 1, 2000, and on December 14 in North America. The game was generally not well received by fans of the previous two games because of stricter time limits and repetitive missions inserted between races.
One of the most controversial aspects of Carmageddon TDR 2000 was that pedestrians could be killed by means of burning or graphic collisions; that could include dismemberment. Some versions of the game for other countries replaced the human pedestrians with zombies, actually only changing the color of the blood from red to green, but patches were circulated on the Internet that revert the game to its original state.
During development of TDR2000, SCi hired Tozzer.com to create an online comic based on the Carmageddon video game.