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Track Name
Name: Download Fly Through Knives
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By: View User ProfileSend Private Message Discomb
Version: 12-Mar-2006
LB Rating: Main Leaderboard Track 4,720
Track Details
Game: TMS Extreme
Type: Race Style: Stunt
Envir: Island Routes: Single
Length: 45s Diffic.: Expert
Mood: Night
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Download Replay 0:51.07 View User ProfileSend Private Message StickyLou+ 0:00.004,720This replay is NOT contributing to any leaderboard rank.
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Download Replay 0:51.29 View User ProfileSend Private Message Discomb+ 0:00.224,699This replay is NOT contributing to any leaderboard rank.
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Author Comments

A concept race track built for insane loop action while mantaining very high speeds, packed with some of my craziest ideas. Added in-game MT guarantees an LSD trip from beginning to end. Not much more to say, except, good luck.

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View User ProfileSend Private Message Discomb 28-Mar-2006
Thanks Sticky and Dork
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User Award View User ProfileSend Private Message StickyLou 13-Mar-2006
hehhe well i've tested the track and i loved it then so i don't see why i wouldn't love it now ^^
It's a fine concept you made!
My first impression was "shit fucking crazy corkscrews " and then 'Nice!"
The speed and insane use of reuse of loop/corkscrew. And offcourse the design of the track is very nice. You can really see the design in the replay It shows off great i think.
The MT is nice. The intro is clean but freaky at the end.
The ingame: i ques you did some shake effects here to to make it look smooth
The replay is again fun to watch!

This is a well done concept i think this deserves more awards.
Discomb you did a great job on the concept
Cheers StickyLou
User Award View User ProfileSend Private Message Dork 26-Mar-2006
Whaoh...

That was... experimental. At first, like Sticky, I thought I was in for some lame loop track; and indeed it is a "lame loop track", in a sense. But it's so much better than just a straight up concept track. Yet it is a concept track, which pretty much automatically makes it a few grades worse than a standard track.

There are some reservations that come with my award. The track is chock-full of FEPs and casual racers will be totally phased by some of the very tight loop/turn combos. It took me many tries to race this track and make it all the way to the end. And you made the inexcusable, running-your-hand-through-a-chainsaw-repeatedly level mistake of not adding bumper-cam! Ouch... at least I can drive in camera 3 without too many hitches.

Other than that crucial mistake, the MT is pretty cool. Yes, some depth or motion blur would have been interesting, but the track is already very saturated with scenery... at least, on the main route it is. This is a surprisingly underdecorated map, and while the drivable areas are lit and designed so as ro be visually captivating, the track has a lot of empty space that could be used for purdy decorations. My computer can handle more than 3000C!

But I like the very fast speed and flow of the track. Yes, at first the ride is very bumpy and not smooth at all. But the optimal line through this track provides a lot of fun. Is it as good as your last two? Hardly. Is it worth an award anyway?

Absolutely.

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