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Original GTA Design Docs, Dated March 22nd 1995 74

Posted by Soulskill
from the there-will-be-no-floppy-version dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Mike Dailly, part of the original GTA team at DMA Design, just posted scans of the original design documents for Grand Theft Auto, which were recently unearthed. It makes for interesting reading!" After following the link, hit the "Newer" button to scroll through the "Race'n'Chase" documents in order. It's interesting to see what concepts they felt the need to state explicitly back then. "If a player-controlled car has a serious crash, it will blow up after a short time. Hence, the player must get out of the car and find another one."
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Original GTA Design Docs, Dated March 22nd 1995

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  • Re:Paperwork (Score:3, Insightful)

    by Flibberdy (780254) on Wednesday March 23, 2011 @06:25AM (#35584366)

    Why would this be a "surprise"? It's in the game. Anyone who's played the original GTA doubtless has fond memories of GOURANGA!, which is to say, running over an entire line of schoolchildren out on a field trip. You get a hefty point bonus for it.

    I think you'll find that the Gouranga bonus was for driving over a line of Hare Krishnas.. hence the word "Gouranga", which is a popular Hare Krishna chant

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