The 1990s represents gaming’s awkward teenage years. It was during this time that people began to accept that game’s could be more than just kid’s stuff, and the industry aimed to prove it with a tidal wave of tasteless, hyperviolent, and crass titles that confused adolescent for mature. Carmageddon was one of the period’s most notorious. Taking a page from gaming’s first controversy, Exidy’s Death Race, it turned the usually nonviolent racing genre into a bloody mess of gibs that would make Duke Nukem grimace, as players chased down helpless pedestrians for extra points. Now, original developer Stainless Games is hard at work rebooting the series, and they’ve repackaged the original on our Android phones to reintroduce gamers to the franchise.