Ultimate Stunts is a remake of the DOS-game “Stunts”, providing modern features including OpenGL graphics, 3D sound and internet multiplaying.
Stunts is a 3D racing game (released way back in 1990), with simple CGA/EGA/VGA graphics, and no texture or smooth shading, but because of the spectacular stunts (loopings, bridges to jump over, etc.) it was really fun to play.
Design your own tracks, choose your opponents and try the most spectacular stunts you’ve ever seen.
- Perform spectacular stunts:
- Jump over bridges.
- 3D sound.
- 11 different cars to choose from.
- Internet multiplaying – drive on their own (just to get in the highscore list), against computer opponents, against their friends in a split-screen session, or in a multiplayer session over a LAN or over the internet. Combinations will also be possible, for example to play against computer opponents over the internet.
- Competent Artificial Intelligence.
- High quality Track editor:
- Works on a tile-based system.
- Large collection of tiles to choose from.
- Import tracks from the original Stunts game.
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