Post Apocalyptic Mayhem

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Post Apocalyptic Mayhem lets you race and battle heavily-modified vehicles through numerous breathtaking tracks and lay waste to other racers in over-the-top vehicular mayhem. You can use special vehicle abilities to cause spectacular destruction to enemy cars as you fight and speed to victory. You’ll experience remarkable speeds, hilarious and violent weapons, reinforced vehicles and various exhilarating tracks.

The game offers various intense race modes to allow you to showcase both your driving and battling skills. PAM features an accessible physics-based driving model that allows you to sense the immense speed of all the post apocalyptic vehicles as well as feel every bone-jarring impact from both weapons and the tracks. Play single-player or battle up to five friends in online multiplayer mode.

Key Features:

Vehicles – PAM offers numerous post apocalyptic vehicles. All the Vehicles are heavily-modified and extremely menacing. All Vehicles are heavy-duty, reinforced and are able to take and give a lot abuse. The vehicles all look like they can quickly and easily travel over the newly scorched wasteland while effortlessly smashing other vehicle along the way.

Online Leader Boards – Every kill, every race and every result will be recorded and uploaded to online leader boards for bragging rights and fuelled competition.

Weapons – All of the vehicles have three unique and powerful abilities that they can use to severely damage opposition vehicles: one front attack, a side attack and a rear attack. A Player can receive these special abilities by picking up Special Ability Barrels that are placed throughout all of the tracks. When a vehicle runs over a Special Ability Barrel, the vehicle will gain that specific ability and the Player will be able to use it whenever they prefer.

Multiplayer – Intense Online Multiplayer racing for up to 6 players.

Environments – The PAM tracks will be able to give players numerous options while racing as well as create intense areas for the all important collisions. All Tracks will contain:

  • Awe-inspiring apocalyptic environments.

  • Various paths around certain areas of the tracks.

  • Funnel areas were players are forced to drive in close quarters with other vehicles.

  • Huge Jumps.

  • Numerous compelling and completely unique tracks.

  • Achievements – 35+ achievements to be earned and displayed proudly.

Customer reviews


Pretty Good

lajvjjajajaaaa | July 31, 2014 | See all lajvjjajajaaaa's reviews »

Post Apocalyptic Mayhem also know as PAM is my favorite racing game. There are tons of vehicles to choose from and to fight with. Your car have limited turbo which is a green line. Each car have it's 3 weapons blue, red and yellow some are destructive like the explosives some are just to slow your opponents. Pick items from the ground by driving on them to activate the weapons. The more cars you kill the better and the faster you are the better. There are challenges and achievements, which you'll need friends for. The game is worth your money, but if you can get it on sale.


Only game where you can 'kill' other cars

grhakerck | June 13, 2014 | See all grhakerck's reviews »

A fun game, my not look like it at first, but when you figure it out, it is kinda fun. It is a racing game set in a post apocalyptic time. All of the landscapes look nice, cars are also fine. Sometimes, I get bothered by a little bit unfair AI, but I got used to it soon and learnt some tricks to manipulate with bots. You have a nice choice of different cars and maps, so you can't easily get bored. Also (this is very important for some people), this game has trading cards and achievements.


Simply fun.

Furrek | June 8, 2014 | See all Furrek's reviews »

I don't remember when was the last time I played simply racing game - where you just pick one of the cars, pick the map and just race, trying to be first or trying to make your enemies fail. It's that kind of game. Every vehicle have it's own special attacks that you can use on others. There are few maps that are different themed. There is a nice, snow one, that greatly fits on christmas! There is also multiplayer mode, so there is 6 times more fun - you can play up to 6 players in total. The only thing I think this game is missing is local coop (split screen). It could be a nice things, old racing simply for fun games had this options. Graphics and music from this one aren't anything special but well, those aren't the most fun things in game like that. If you are looking for something simply, even to play few minutes a day, this game is for you.


destroy everything in your path

Assorted_sp | May 5, 2014 | See all Assorted_sp's reviews »

When you see the 44 metascore you might think this game is broken, but if you actually read the reviews you'll find out that the reviewers always complain about the same 3 issues: 1st, they were too dumb to notice that this game is NOT a simulator, it's a mayhem arcade. So, complains about the "unrealistic physics" are just stupidity. It's like complaining that Mario Kart is not realistic! 2nd, the game is too short. Now, it is true that there are too few tracks and too few cars, but the game actually runs very well with no bugs at all and it is actually fun for some fast destruction racing with friends. And 3rd, the graphics are not top quality. But in my opinion, they are good enough. (Actually, I just can't understand why people give so much importance to graphics on games. Fabulous graphics may impress you at first, but after some minutes you get used to it and your entertainment will actually rely much more on other aspects, not on the graphics, unless it's so bad that it hampers gameplay, which is rare and definitely not the case here) Though there are better titles out there, it's 44 metascore is simply absurd. This is not the first time I see a totally misleading metascore. I can't trust it anymore after this one.


Smashin' and Dashin'

HaonofRemlu | May 1, 2014 | See all HaonofRemlu's reviews »

When I got this game I thought it would be bad, because of how it looked, but I actually played it one day and the game is actually really good, I may have lost a time or two, but the game is really fun once you get the hang of it.