Super Push 64
is a simple arcade-style game intended to share the excitement of Carnival Weekend's buggy races at Carnegie Mellon University.
The game takes place on a digitized version of the real buggy course. This includes all academic buildings on the south end of CMU, Phipps Conservatory, the Henry Bigelow statue, and relevant terrain from Flagstaff Hill within Schenley Park.
Although originally designed for use inside the Sigma Phi Epsilon Spring 2007 Videogames-themed booth
, this version of the game has been adapted to keyboard/mouse controls and has received a minor tune up to be suitable for PC play.