@Frieshansen Kinda embarrassing but that's the same sound I use for racing About graphics, how to display Hercules graphics in black/white instead of cyan/fuchsia?
Well, that's only 50% brilliant. This would be a 100%
@Stan Stunts actually runs on an 8086 - just created this video: I didn't think stunts would run on this machine. Everyone who is looking for a minimum frame rate: your search is over
The amstrad PC 1640 upgraded NEC V30+fpu 8087 is more fast of a 286 8Mhz I think terrible
were I can se a pc xt+fpu run stunt?
2016 gone whit FIAT 131 ABARTH!!!
Amstrad pc 1640 is 8Mhz how fine can run stunt?
I found this in internet
@Ryoma Oh I thought you were talking about current track. Then It's as Overdrijf said. Compare your own times using a section system trying to save time in every section.
Stunt is more fast with a full 486 Isa PCI or VESA?
One thing you can do to get better at cornering is redriving corners a lot. Find a good section break/point where you compare your times a few elements after a corner or corner combination, then try to get a replay with the fastest time. Corners are tricky and deceptively realistic (by Stunts standards). You lose time by getting your entry speed wrong and by getting your initial line wrong. If you have to brake during a corner or if you have to steer less to widen your line because you're going off track on the inside you're probably not getting a fast time. Though that is not to say you should never reset to a point inside the corner, the exact steering key presses matter a lot as well. Try to see where you start slipping and when you need to release and repress the steering (and just sometimes even countersteer for the shortest possible moment) to tag a great finish onto a good start. I'm not nearly as good at corners as someone like Duplode is, but this is what I did to improve. My "let's just try it for a hour" replays in particular have gotten a lot more competitive.