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Quote from: Gryzor on 15:53, 26 January 17Yeah, well, let's admit it, those machines weren't enough for this kind of stuff... but kudos for the effort, and for the vid, @Xyphoe !
Quote from: Gryzor on 11:26, 27 January 17Well, better indeed, but still: at 3fps I wouldn't call it exactly a fun thing to play:
Quote from: roudoudou on 15:57, 27 January 17stunt car racer was awfull on CPC and unplayable instead of Atari & Amiga versions
Quote from: Targhan on 16:23, 27 January 17 In my opinion, both games can't be compared, their engine is different. Yet:- Stun Car Racer is awesome. Both playable and very fast for a CPC.- Hard Driving is unplayable but still has an incredible engine, though it seems it was a bit too much for a CPC indeed. It's very easy to see through walls and stuff.I suggest you try Battle Command for (in my opinion) the best engine, but you only rotate around one axis, so it's simpler than Hard Driving.
Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 16:18, 27 January 17Yes, fair comparison to machines that had four times more horse power. The comparison was Hard Drivin vs Stunt Car Racer on the same platform.
Quote from: roudoudou on 17:14, 27 January 17I prefer the fun of hard drivin (even if the engine and physics are crap) maybe because it's an open worldI was sooooooo disappointed by stunt car racer whereas the car behaviour is a lot better (car suspensions). But the lack of fps in an arcade game is too redhibitory
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