Crashing Vehicles Without Paying A Cent: Screeenshots from "Rigs of Rods"
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Rigs of Rods is a physics simulator game designed to allow the user to drive various vehicles around maps. There isn't much of a purpose or an "end goal" to this game as far as I can tell, unless creating as much havoc as possible through collisions is an end-goal. :P

I had been interested in RoR for a long time, but since I lost the majority of my computer collection in 2007 and 2008 I haven't had a running installation of it again until recently. I figured that I might as well share some of my misadventures with the world here, as opposed to letting them disappear in the sands of time again.

Click on a link below to see a listing of all the screenshots:

11-4-17-1 (43 screenshots)
12-11-17-1 (36 screenshots)
12-14-17-1 (95 screenshots)
12-20-17-1 (20 screenshots)
12-21-17-1 (79 screenshots)
12-22-17-1 (88 screenshots)
12-22-17-2 (84 screenshots)
12-23-17-1 (55 screenshots)
12-24-17-1 (48 screenshots)
12-26-17-1 (13 screenshots)
12-27-17-1 (26 screenshots)
12-8-17-1 (14 screenshots)
3-16-17-1 (29 screenshots)
3-16-17-2 (25 screenshots)
3-17-17-1 (19 screenshots)
3-17-17-2 (85 screenshots)
3-17-17-3 (16 screenshots)
3-19-17-1 (110 screenshots)
3-21-17-1 (60 screenshots)
3-22-17-1 (32 screenshots)
3-26-17-1 (23 screenshots)
3-29-17-1 (19 screenshots)
4-2-17-1 (45 screenshots)
4-6-17-1 (14 screenshots)
5-15-17-1 (16 screenshots)
5-17-17-1 (20 screenshots)
5-18-17-1 (13 screenshots)
5-19-17-1 (25 screenshots)
5-22-17-1 (21 screenshots)
5-22-17-2 (20 screenshots)
5-24-17-1 (11 screenshots)
5-24-17-2 (14 screenshots)
5-25-17-1 (13 screenshots)
5-27-17-1 (30 screenshots)
5-28-17-1 (1 screenshots)
5-31-17-1 (13 screenshots)
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6-1-17-2 (10 screenshots)
6-13-17-1 (9 screenshots)
6-14-17-1 (12 screenshots)
6-15-17-1 (27 screenshots)
6-2-17-1 (6 screenshots)
6-21-17-1 (20 screenshots)
6-23-17-1 (33 screenshots)
6-25-17-1 (10 screenshots)
6-27-17-1 (10 screenshots)
6-28-17-1 (12 screenshots)
6-29-17-1 (12 screenshots)
6-30-17-1 (11 screenshots)
7-3-17-1 (31 screenshots)
7-5-17-1 (18 screenshots)
7-6-17-1 (12 screenshots)
8-3-17-1 (37 screenshots)
8-7-17-1 (52 screenshots)
8-9-17-1 (27 screenshots)
9-13-17-1 (9 screenshots)

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