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Latest News
10 Jan 2024 — Finally upgraded the Wiki to the last current MediaWiki version and added a WIP skin. The TDR 2000 pages are getting a much needed update.
30 Apr 2020 — Official Wiki salvaged at the CWA. 🤓
22 Sep 2014 — CLINT - Carmageddon Ultimate Networking Tool app launched! [1]
Archived News
8 Aug 2014 — Official Carmageddon Comic series launched! [2]
28 Feb 2014 — Early Access for Carmageddon: Reincarnation will start 27th March![3]
17 Oct 2013Carmageddon II is digitally re-released on Good Old Games![4]
25 Sep 2013Carmageddon "Funsize" is a "beat the average" game in the Humble Mobile Bundle 2[5]
03 May 2013Carmageddon "Funsize" to be released for Android May 10th 2013 - free on Android and iOS for 24 hours![6][7]
17 Oct 2012Carmageddon "Funsize" released for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad - free for the first 24 hours![8]
27 Sep 2012Carmageddon Max Pack is digitally re-released on Good Old Games![9]
7 Jun 2012 — The C:R Kickstarter closes at $625,143 pledged!
27 May 2012 — Stainless reach their Kickstarter goal of $400,000 raised, with 10 days to go!
25 May 2012Carmageddon and the Splat Pack are coming to Good Old Games[10], and a second Reddit AMA took place[11]!
19 May 2012 — Nobby led an Ask Me Anything thread on Reddit![12]
13 May 2012 — Carmageddon Wiki reaches 600 pages!
8 May 2012Stainless Games have launched their Carmageddon: Reincarnation Kickstarter project[13], hoping to raise $400,000!
1 Jun 2011Carmageddon: Reincarnation was announced for a 2012 release!
23 May now has a timer counting down to an announcement on June 1st!
10 Oct 2010 — Preparing for the Wikia theme switchover in November.
23 Sep 2010 — Carmageddon Wiki is now available in another language: Portuguese!
23 Apr 2010 — Carmageddon Wiki reaches 500 pages! As far as the Gaming Wikia is concerned, we are now identified with a little yellow star! Carmageddon Wiki hasn't been added to the Wiki list, though, but this should soon be fixed.
24 Feb 2010 — Carmageddon Wiki reaches 400 pages!

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Argonaut's BRender (abbreviation of Blazing Renderer) is one of the first development toolkits and a real-time 3D graphics engines for computer games, simulators and graphic tools. It appeared in the software-rendered engines era, during 1994, and was developed and licensed by now defunct Argonaut Software. The engine had support for Intel's MMX instruction set, software drivers including DirectDraw, and in later years was able to make the jump to hardware-rendering via its 3D hardware device drivers. It supported Microsoft Windows, MS-DOS, Mac OS (Classic), OS/2, Sony PlayStation and SEGA Saturn platforms. It was competing at the time with two other graphics engines: Criterion's RenderWare and RenderMorphics' Reality Lab.