spelling mistake, this download disk image and zip archive come both named as Gateway.
Punkydudester - 12/12/2014
Excellent game, I just always figured there was no end to this. It was disappointing that even these old games never had an ending sequence. I always felt an accomplishment with a good ending. And for those games that just said (you win, Thanks for playing), ya that doesn't count!
Jimmy Biggler - 06/11/2007
This game kept me entertained for hours on end as a kid and still does today. It's sort of the Grand Theft Auto of the Atari world minus the sex and violence.
This game is definitely in my top 5. It's endlessly enjoyable, presents a decent challenge, and is extremely addicting. If you haven't played it yet, you don't know what you're missing!
Hey, thanks for the nice comments guys. I just stumbled across this site, so I don't know if Marty still cares after all this time, but my email is: reidme(at)suddenlink.net
This is among my favorite video games of all time. Endlessly entertaining!
Marty and others....the levels exist only in that you can keep getting progressively more valuable bonus items to pick up by hitting the white van.
Hearts, rings, chalices, I don't recall the exact order, but after collecting all three and hitting the van again, you move on to the next set and things speed up.
I still love this game. ;)
i love getaway..playing it now gives me the idea that games like gta really came a long way...btw this ones better then gta :)
Does anyone know where the instructions for this game are available? It's fun to play, but I'm wondering if there are any "levels"? I know that there is only the one map, but do I ever get to clear it completely, or do I just keep collecting cash until I'm out of cars?
Also, does anyone know how to contact the author, Mark Reid?