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Players start out with the trusty  Vagabond, a reliable vehicle armed with a pea shooter.  It’s not the fastest, doesn't have the best handling or armor, yet it’s just enough to survive the initial Death Rally. With each new bracket,  Death Rally introduces more experienced opponents with faster cars and bigger guns looking to destroy anyone and everyone that gets in their way. Surviving and winning each race gives players more money to tune-up, repair, and upgrade their car. They can also upgrade to meaner guns and better cars to out drive and blow away the competition.
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