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Win or Die: Racing the Wasteland
The End of Days. Yeah right. All those Bleeped texters predicting the End of Days. End of the world as we know it. Hey, wasn't that a song? Anyway, when the Apocalypse did come, it wasn't the End of Days. Us smart folks found ways to keep going. With the governments gone, it's not bad actually. And the best thing? We got high stakes car racing. How high? Well…

Win or Die is a complete stand-alone game designed to be played solo or head-to-head. Win or Die is a fast-play game that lets each player race for very, very high stakes, actually, life or death, and add vehicles to your ATZ games.

Win or Die is not the traditional dice-and-mice type of racing game. You know the kind where you roll dice, move around a track, fall behind and have long stretches of boredom. In Win or Die, it's where you are in the pack and not where you are on the track, and every turn is important.

Here's how it works with ATZ:

Win or Die: Racing the Wasteland


The game is easy-to-play, but tough to master. Luck will play its part, but the decisions you make are more important. Knowing when to use Bonus Dice, when to attempt to pass, bash or shoot, yes shoot, or not, can be the difference between gaining fame or ending up wrecked on the track and barely alive if you even are.

You can play a one-off game where you have one race and what happens, happens. Or you can choose to keep the same ddriver, you, and have multiple races that tie into each other, where the goal is to gain fame… and stay alive.


It's not where you are on the track; it's where you are in the pack!

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