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Download Xtreme Moped Racing (127 MB)
Xtreme Moped Racing for Windows
|File||Xtreme Moped Racing|
|File size||127 MB|
|Requirements||Pentium III 1.0 GHz or Athlon equivalent processor, 192 MB RAM|
========================= Xtreme Moped Racing Last Updated Jul 3, 2006 ========================= TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Minimum System Requirements 2. Game Controls 3. Driving Guide 4. Known Issues 5. Troubleshooting 6. Copyright Information ========================= 1. MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS * Windows(r) 98/ME/2000/XP * Pentium(r) III 1.0 GHz or Athlon(tm) equivalent processor * 192 MB RAM * 350 MB of free hard disk space * 100% DirectX(r) 8.1 compatible 16-bit sound card * 100% DirectX(r) 8.1 compatible keyboard and mouse * DirectX(r) 8.1 * 100% DirectX(r) 8.1 compatible 64 MB 3D hardware accelerator card and the latest drivers Tested chipsets: * ATI(r) Radeon 8500 * ATI(r) Mobility Radeon 9000 series * ATI(r) Radeon 9200 * ATI(r) Radeon 9800 Pro * ATI(r) Radeon X800 GTO * NVIDIA(r) GeForce 6800 series Multiplayer Requirements: * TCP/IP compatible connection supported * Network interface card and the latest drivers * Internet play requires an Internet connection 2. GAME CONTROLS Menus: Menu Traversal = Arrow Keys Select/Next Menu = Enter Cancel/Previous Menu = Escape In-Game: Accelerate = Up Arrow Front Brake/Reverse = Down Arrow Rear Brake = Space Bar Steer and lean left = Left Arrow Steer and lean right = Right Arrow Boost = Control Pause = Escape Front View = B (holded down) Recover = R Network In-Game: Force Start = S Quit Network Game = Escape 3. DRIVING GUIDE Xtreme Moped Racing's driving model is unique compared to other bike racing games. It combines steering and leaning to same keys instead of two separate keysets, and at the same time, tries to simulate the real life as realistically as possible. Turning the moped is hereby quite tricky. When driving at normal speeds or faster, it is easiest to turn the moped by short arrow key pressings. This way leaning is used as much as possible, and steering is barely applied - just as in real life. However, when driving at low speeds the moped is easiest to turn by long arrow key pressings. This is because in real life, turning a moped at low speeds is mostly done by steering - not leaning. After a turn, the moped doesn't automatically pull itself up: you have to do this manually by leaning the moped to the opposite direction with arrow keys. The boost is an essential part of the gameplay, and without the correct use of it you won't be able to make good race times. The correct use can only be learned by gaining as much driving experience as possible. The game is also very strict on taking shortcuts, so even a slight shortcut is punished and the lap is discarded which you will notice when the lap doesn't change as you cross the finish line. So, try to stay on the road. 4. KNOWN ISSUES * In high-speed collisions, the tyres may intersect other objects and the front tyre may instantaneously get loose. These are caused by the instabilities in the physics engine which we don't have control over. * If the host migrates in a multiplayer game, it is not possible to join the game session anymore. However, existing players can continue racing normally. * The multiplayer mode may have some unknown bugs because it was developed on a tight schedule and there wasn't enough time to test it thoroughly. Please report any bugs you may have found to Décron Software. 5. TROUBLESHOOTING * If you experience any graphical problems, please make sure you have the latest drivers for your video card installed when running Xtreme Moped Racing. If you have an ATI or NVIDIA video card, the latest drivers are available on their websites. http://www.ati.com/ http://www.nvidia.com/ * When suffering from low performance, you can increase the performance by decreasing the screen resolution and/or bit depth and adjusting the texture filtering and decreasing the anisotropy level (if using anisotropic filtering). * If you experience any problems with sounds, please make sure you have the latest drivers for your sound card installed when running Xtreme Moped Racing. * NAT and firewalls may cause problems hosting a multiplayer game by hiding the hosted session from other players. Thus, hosting a game session on a computer behind NAT is not recommended. 6. COPYRIGHT INFORMATION Some textures are provided by limefly.net and Aniway. Music scoring for Finland I, Finland II, Tanzania, UK, Germany and Mexico (c) Décron Software Music scoring for Cambodia, USA and Hawaii (c) DeadZone - deadzonemusic.com Music scoring for Egypt (c) Dj Axolus Xtreme Moped Racing is linked with Ogg Vorbis SDK (c) 2004 Xiph.Org Foundation Xtreme Moped Racing is linked with Tokamak Game Physics SDK (c) 2005 Tokamak Ltd. Software and documentation (c) 2002 - 2006 Décron Software. All Rights Reserved.
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