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DOS - 1988

Also released on: Amiga - Apple II - Atari 8-bit - Atari ST - Commodore 64

Year 1988
Platform DOS
Released in United Kingdom, United States
Genre Action, Racing / Driving, Role-Playing (RPG)
Theme Brutal Sports, Combat Vehicules, Post-Apocalyptic, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher ORIGIN Systems, Inc.
Developer ORIGIN Systems, Inc.
Perspective Top-Down
4.4 / 5 - 30 votes

Description of Autoduel

Autoduel is a video game published in 1988 on DOS by ORIGIN Systems, Inc.. It's an action, racing / driving and role-playing (rpg) game, set in a post-apocalyptic, sci-fi / futuristic, combat vehicules and brutal sports themes, and was also released on Amiga, Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Atari ST and Commodore 64.

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Comments and reviews

thunderbird32 2023-01-04 -1 point DOS version

For future reference, as of this date, the game appears to be available from SJG for $1 from this page:

Nijineko 2021-11-06 -1 point

Autoduel is no longer abandoned, as mentioned here and here where they mention "The folks at Electronic Arts are so awesome that they have reverted rights to that game, but they had no copies of the source." Thus SJG now owns Autoduel again.

GALAGA-MAN 2021-10-26 1 point

I wish it would become available again, it sounds interesting.

Cboath11 2020-11-21 -1 point DOS version

The game is NOT, no longer (if it was ever for sale recently I was too late to see it), for sale anywhere I could find it.

But Origin was purchased by EA in 1992. Though that doesnt mean the Auto Duel IP went with it. The Auto Duel Wiki mentions Steve Jackson requesting the source code in 2018 so it could be updated to work on modern systems but is not currently for sale.

Pontori 2020-09-09 -2 points

Whatever jerk came up with the idea to charge for old 8bit games is a real douchetard. That's French, for asshole.

admin 2020-07-20 1 point

Sadly there is no way to buy it, Steve Jackson Games asked for the removal of the downloads. Let's hope it will become available.

Pontori Falstaff 2020-07-19 -1 point

OMG...I remember playing this on my friend's apple 2e i think it was. Really cool game. Hope I can find a way to play this thing! thanks for this

Xantham 2020-07-17 0 point

The game is still, in fact, abandonware. The site you referenced is simply the paper and pencil version of the game which was created by Steve Jackson games. The computer game itself is not available there or anywhere else. It is not owned by SJGames anyway. Origin systems had the rights to the game and they are not selling it due to the fact that they went defunct many years ago. While there are whispers of the game being resurrected in a modern version, there is no movement 5 years after the whispers started. And, frankly it would have nothing to do with this DOS/other versions as the company that made this is now gone.

If you truly believe that someone is selling it, please let us know where, in case we want to buy it. (ps you won't find it)

Firebrand 2020-02-19 1 point Commodore 64 version

Cool to see some completed it.
I had this in on the C64 and when it came time to swap disks the second would never load right and crash the game. But I would still play it up to that point. I also played the RPG “Car Wars” this was created from and had many of the manuals for car configs.

GRUD 2019-11-29 2 points

You say this game is no longer Abandonware, but it is NOT available from either GOG or Steam. It is not sold by Origin either. =\

Are you Positive it is "No Longer Abandonware" ?

Computer nerd 2016-05-18 0 point

Well hello i see your problem and well all i gotta say is are you using a emulator??? becuse it dosent sound like it and a emulator is neded you can find them pretty esily and you can emulate commodore 64 on the dos if ya wanna just search on google for dosbox and read the manual there on thier official site and download it its realy good hope this answered and helped you whit your problem

Lilopoh 2015-04-23 0 point DOS version

Exactly the same for me !
On Vista, it says : "The system doesn't support fullscreen mode"

Any idea how to fix this ?


AIMBK 2015-03-07 1 point DOS version

Hi there,
I downloaded Autoduel but I cannot get it to start. I get the error that my system is 64x and this version won't work on it (It's 32x compatible, I guess). Do you have a version that will? I have Windows 7 as my operating system.
Or am I downloading it wrong?
Any help would be appreciated.
Please contact me at

Mig 2013-06-16 0 point DOS version

Wow. First game i ever completed too! Remember thinking about car configurations in bible school lol.

Alaska1 2012-04-28 0 point DOS version

I played this on a commadore 64C. First game I ever completed.

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Other Releases

Autoduel was also released on the following systems:


Apple II

Atari 8-bit

Atari ST

Commodore 64

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