I been searching for a Super Sprint clone for Windows from around 2005 or so, don't remember if the game was made in Flash or not, but I remember you could open user custom made tracks in a win dialog window. The graphic were pretty good for a free game, don't recall if they were fully 3D or just prerenderedm but I remember if you made larger tracks in the included editor, the camera zoomed out to acomodate, so maybe the games was 3D. Also I remember the game included a ton of tracks, probably made by users, but don't know if they came included with the game or somebody downloaded separatly. Also the game fitted in a 3.5 floppy disk. Anybody knows wich game it was?
>>9440659>>9440705That was fast, thanks a lot guys!
>>9440909Is it that one?
Since this thread is over, I'll hijack it.I'm looking for an old DOS game, probably a freeware, it was first person with fully primitive 3D graphics and flat textures. The only thing I remember is there was a room in the middle of the map, sorrounded by water, inside was a trip laser that killed you, and to cross the water you had to chop a tree to pass over it. Maybe there was a small shed too where you get something but I don't know if I mistaken with a similar game.
>>9440997Yep, thanks!>>9442247Sorry, no idea, maybe Maze War? Sleeping Gods Lie?
>>9443065No, it looks like those game though.If it helps, I remenber it had no HUD, nor weapons or enemies (as far as I played), it was more like an adventure exploration game.
>>9440650Can anyone help me with a top down racer on PC that looked very similar to this? Maybe late 90s? Possibly called "formula..." something.
play slicks'n'slide. or death rally.
Anyone ever play Super Grand Prix on the Amiga? Can drive bikes, cars, think a tank and a Sinclair C5 was an option too.