With this page I intend to follow the example of the big Quake related
news pages like sCary's or Blue's, only that I'd like to bring you all the latest
news around 4D and Stunts. This will include changes and additions to this site, but also
any other piece of news related to the Stunts/4D web scene. Be sure to check back often in
order to stay well informed about your favorite game. To make this page a success I depend
on your help, so if you have an announcement to make or you learn of any 4D/Stunts news,
please drop me a line.
Monday, October 16th 2000
- It's an update! I've added some tracks and replays that I've received over the past months.
Sunday, February 28th, 1999
Saturday, October 10th, 1998
Monday, September 21th, 1998
- Apparently, there are two Official 4D/Stunts message boards now. Widdie has opened his own as an extentsion to his site Pitstop homepage.
Sunday, September 6th, 1998
- Robert Riebisch informed me about an upcoming game called 'Thrust, Twist'n Turn' (T.T.T.).
It seems to be somewhat similar to 4D/Stunts offering a track editor and good playability. You can
check out some screen shots at http://www.cartsgames.com.
Thursday, August 27th, 1998
- I have released a new version (0.9) of my contest car for
Stunts 1.0. It is now an independant car and will no longer replace the Prosche March
Indy. Therefore, it can be detected by RPLINFO.
I encourage everybody who holds a 4D/Stunts contest to change to the new version as soon
Sunday, July 26th, 1998
- The 4D/Stunts FAQ was recently updated.
- A new version of RPLINFO for Win32 is out. It is
now able to determine the driver's name if a high score file is present.
- I made some additions to the tracks page.
- There is a fortnightly newsletter for the members of the Stunts Web Ring.
Thursday, April 23rd, 1998
Sunday, April 19th, 1998
- The 4D/Stunts FAQ by Robert Riebisch has been updated.
- There is a new utility on my tools page. It is called
STHIGH (by Martin Brunner) and
lets you do all sorts of cool things with 4D/Stunts replay files, including saving their
contents into a text file. There are some minor bugs in it but you should just give it a
Wednesday, April 15th, 1998
- Robert Riebisch released a new version
(1.02) of his handy Opponent Blaster, a DOS tool that lets you
edit the strengths (our rather the courage) of the opponents in Stunts 1.0.
Saturday, April 11th, 1998
Sunday, March 22nd, 1998
There haven't been any news for a long time. Well, I guess there was, but I was just
too lazy to put it here. But now, let's have some:
- A new 4D/Stunts page by Sir Smokey was announced to me. It's still under
heavy construction, but you can already get some tracks there.
- The Unofficial Worship
Temple has developed into a very interesting page. I was surprise to learn some hints
and cheats that not even I was totally aware of, so it's definitely worth visiting.
- There are at last some tracks on the tracks page. Among them tracks by
classic constructors like Chad Griffiths and Daniel Hoelzenbein. The former announced some
more tracks soon. Moreover there is a package of really cool
tracks by CeIltsei. Go get them!
- A new 4D/Stunts driving
tournement was announced by Nick Milani.
There are several tracks in tournement at the same time (among them 'Carkill' from this
site!). The rules require that you don't use the 'continue' feature, but you may take
shortcuts. A special contest car is offered for 1.0 drivers, similar (equal ?) to the one
in my contest.
Monday, March 2nd, 1998
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