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CART Fury (Arcade)

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Title Screen


Developer: Midway Games
Publisher: Midway Games
Platform: Arcade (Midway Vegas)
Released in US: July 2000[1]

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.

CART Fury is the game where it does the infamous racing scenes from Driven (the movie based on CART, widely regarded as the loser of the American open-wheel racing wars) better than the movie itself.

Debug Features

Link Status


Add the following code to cartfury.xml to enable a linking status display at the bottom right.

  <cheat desc="Enable Show Link Status">
    <script state="run">

FPS Display


Add the following code to cartfury.xml to enable an FPS display at the bottom left.

  <cheat desc="Enable Show Frame Rate">
    <script state="run">

Version Display


Add the following code to cartfury.xml and the game will now display the version number in the attract mode.

  <cheat desc="Enable Show Version">
    <script state="run">

Attract Tracks Only

Add the following code to cartfury.xml and the attract mode will only show gameplay.

  <cheat desc="Enable Attract Tracks Only">
    <script state="run">

Play Win Cinema

Add the following code to cartfury.xml and the game will boot up to the winning cutscene.

  <cheat desc="Enable Play Win Cinema">
    <script state="run">

Start Monkey

Add the following code to cartfury.xml and all countdown timers will now start at 0 seconds.

  <cheat desc="Enable Start Monkey">
    <script state="run">
(Source: Ferrox)

Unused Graphics

An initializing screen from a proof of concept version of the game which was known as CART Racing, possibly as a pitch; note the 1999 copyright year.

Present among the textures for the Skyway track is an unused image of Fred Flintstone sliding off of a dinosaur. This was likely included as a joke given the construction theme of the track.

Four placeholder graphics for the credits, with visible tobacco advertisements on some of the cars. One of the placeholder graphics also includes a Team Penske and Newman-Haas car each; neither teams were featured in the game.

An unused development-related texture.

An early road texture.

(Source: Ferrox)

Hidden Credit

At the beginning of the sound program is a hidden composer credit which reveals that the game was also known as CART Champions at some point.

DCS 3.0G CART Champions (c) 2000 Midway Games - DWF.

(Source: Ferrox)