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Street Rod for Commodore

This is the Commodore version of Street Rod. 5.25″ Floppy disk. Nice. “What is the color of the car key on page 9?” Now you know, the answer is “Light purple”. Almost all versions I came across with have a photocopied version of the manual. Just black-and-white, coloured car keys are nowhere to be found. […]

Street Rod 2 for Amiga

Here’s the Amiga version of Street Rod 2. The Amiga graphics are superior to the DOS version. I didn’t own an Amiga when I was a kid so I didn’t miss the better graphics or sound. Years later, when I played Street Rod 2 on an Amiga emulator, I realized how much better the game […]

Mulholland drive and aqueduct race in Street Rod 2

When you challenge an opponent in Street Rod 2 you have the option to race on Mulholland drive or the Aqueduct. Mulholland Drive Mulholland Drive is a road in Southern California named after the civil engineer William Mulholland. When you drive on Mulholland Drive in Street Rod 2 you’ll notice it’s a twisty road which […]

About P.Z. Karen, Logical Design Works and California Dreams

Karen Formerly known as Karen Notebook (between 1997 and 2008), before that, Swiss Sp. z o.o. (since 1991), and before that – in times so far back, their website doesn’t even mention it – they were known as P.Z. Karen – “Przedsiebiorstwo Zagraniczne Karen”. Karen, since its founding, has specialised in computers – they import […]