The Chaos Pack includes three new vehicles for the Apocalyptic Wasteland tracks in Post Apocalyptic Mayhem. New Vehicles:
The Fuzz! Even though the world has been destroyed and the only law survivors know is; kill or be killed, the 5-0 is still cruising your neighborhood, but this cop is not here to serve and protect, it’s here to maim and destroy.
Boom Zoom: Two incredibly violent six barreled grenade launchers that obliterates all vehicles in its path.
Dough Boy: Side launchers that release numerous explosive donut bombs that blow apart enemy vehicles.
Road Block: Numerous intimidating spike strips that rip apart any vehicle that comes in contact with them.
TOW’er: This tow truck doesn’t talk with a southern drawl and is not friendly with any race cars. This truck is all about destruction and mayhem. If you’re stuck on the side of the road, this is the last truck you want to call for help. Weapons include:
Chops: This massive and violent hydraulic claw grabs and easily crushes any of its victims.
Steel Boot: Incredibly dangerous steel wheel boots are released and attach themselves onto enemy vehicles.
Towed Terror: A towed car is menacingly released from the back of the vehicle and wipes out everything it hits.
Ice Scream: When you hear this ice cream truck’s bell ringing, you get as far away as possible. This truck may look nice and innocent from the outside, but at its core, there’s no sugary center, there’s nothing but sweet death for whoever gets close. Weapons include:
Flavor Bombs: The weapon fires small but very nasty scoops of ice cream that severely damage enemy vehicles.
Cotton Candy Killer: Side mounted valves that release pink, fluffy and extremely dangerous cotton candy.
Sweet Disaster: A violent launcher catapults enormous balls of frozen ice cream onto unsuspecting opponents.
System Requirements OS: WindowsÂ® XP/Vistaâ„¢/7 Processor: Intel P4 3.0GHz or similar AMD Memory: 1GB RAM Hard Disk Space: 1GB available space Video Card: nVidia GeForce 6800 Ultra, ATi Radeon X1800 XT or better DirectXÂ®: 9.0c, June 2010 update Sound: DirectX 9.0c support
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