- QCarz is an old fashioned dice-and-paper
roleplaying game, developed for the age of the
couch potato and the video game troglodyte. No
gamemaster is required. The players each design
their car, adding from a wide range of weapons,
trying to squeeze in that last layer of armor,
and even choosing tires, engines, suspensions...
- There are an infinite number of different
vehicles to confront and destroy, from bicycles
to semi-tractor trailers, armored bank trucks to
main battle tanks. The game is fast paced and
sometimes rather brutal... this isn't just any
Here is a clip from the QCarz Handbook:
Our first Q-car is the Blue
Fury, a small two-door passenger car with a
.50 Browning machine gun tucked under the hood
and a spike dropper hidden beside the exhaust.
As far as the naked eye can tell, the Blue
Fury looks like little more than a typical
two-door compact car. About the best way to
tell the difference between a Q-car and it's
civilian twin would be to check the width of
the tires... The Blue Fury weighs in at almost
4400 lb, twice what a comparable car would
weigh, and the tires must be much more robust
if performance is to be a factor. Under the
hood is different too: no four-banger for this
monster. A compact turbocharged V6 pushing 260
hp keeps all of that weight moving at a pretty
good clip. The most impressive fact about this
car is that there are about five inches of
ceramic armor tucked underneath the sheet
metal throughout the body. The Blue Fury can
take anything but a direct hit from a
high-explosive rocket or cannon shell...
Feel free to make as many copies as you would
like, as long as you do not sell them for profit.
Give them to your friends. They will appreciate it
when you blow them up. And if you laugh cruelly in
their faces, make sure that you can back just
gusto up next time.