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To: "Gamers Discussion list" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Saturday, November 29, 2008 2:10 PM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Top Speed 2.1 suggestions/ideas.


Hi Dakotah,
that I do absolutely agree with! Even most tracks are just a piece of cake
in the better case, and an absolute non-sense in the worse one. :-) I really fancy the Raly through the desert, perhaps the very most of all the official
tracks. By the way, what do you think about the Flameblaster or Toyota
Corola? These are creations of me and a friend of mine and we tried to make those cars real fun or challenge but still keep them realistic. Flameblaster is designed mainly for beating the slower computer opponents on tight tracks where there are not too many straight sections while Corola is better suited for tracks where you don't need to brake or shift down so often, or you have
enough time to accelerate up to the top speed again, but still being
maneuverable when you steer. We have also created the Harley Davidson, Jeep,
Tank and HOrse but these are mostly for pure fun, except for the Harley
which attempts to be another usable heavy terrain motorcycle, fast but not
very good for tight tracks. We found the official vehicles from TS 2.0 a bit
too slow, except for the cranked up quatro, but didn'T want to push things
up too much. And, I would almost forget about the Rail racer which is a
simulation of the vehicle from Che Martin's Rail Racer... If you like an
enjoyable street adventure, try the Dreamland tour or the Two towns trip, we
have also made these.
Lukas
----- Original Message ----- From: "Dakotah Rickard" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Saturday, November 29, 2008 3:17 AM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Top Speed 2.1 suggestions/ideas.


While mildly off topic, I agree with you, concerning many of the
vehicles. People create unrealistic cars. I mean absolutely no
offense, but if the fastest in-game car has a top speed of like 26000
and it's really fast, it makes no sense for a standard street car to
have a top speed of like 40000. All cars have this rediculously high
stearing ability and don't get worse with speed. I love some of the
sound effects that people have found, but the vhc files they put to
them are ... well, that's just my personal opinion...

Signed:
Dakotah Rickard

On 11/28/08, shaun everiss <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
hmm that would rock.
Especially the computer ones, especially if the cars can be picked by the
system from the custom list.
Saying that, I have no idea how one races the fun racer as its just to
fast
for anything but a straight track.
Also you really can't race that car.
At 01:59 p.m. 29/11/2008, you wrote:
hi list.

I think that the following suggestions/ideas would be useful. They
would also allow for lots of customizations.

Here they are.

1. Create a section within the options menu called "allowed vehicles"
or something. In this section, create several checkbox-style listings
of every available vehicle. From here, players can uncheck or check
different vehicles, customizing the list from which the game could
draw it's selection. For example, the second default motorcycle
crashes very often on tracks with hard or hairpin turns. I'd like the
option to tell the game not to use this vehicle. Plus, I like the
Street Racer. I would like it if this vehicle could be selected.

2. In the same vein, I'd like to see a "Custom Race" option, in which
you can choose the vehicles for up to the eight player limit. This
would enable you total control over who you're racing with and how
many you're racing against. The difficulty setting would apply to all
other options, but not this one.

3. I'd like the option to fill the empty spots in an internet game
with computer players, if so desired. This could either be random or
custom.

4. Totally random, slightly pointless. I'd like to be able to set up a
strictly computer race and spectate, switching between the cars with
numbers 1 through 8 or however many players.

Signed:
Dakotah Rickard

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