Appalachian RC

  • Download count 515
  • Unique foldername appalachian
  • Skin for
  • Based on
  • Release date 2022-11-06
  • Version from 2022-11-08
  • Version 1.1
  • RVW-ID 34632
  • Category
  • Score
    90/100 (17 votes)
  • Unconventional car?
  • Construction
  • Engine
  • Transmission
  • Top speed mph
  • Total weight kg
  • Acceleration m/s²
  • Construction 3D Modeling (Original)
  • Track difficulty Medium
  • Track length 305 m
  • Reverse version available? No
  • Time trial times available? Yes
  • Practice mode star available? Yes

    Welcome to Green Mountains, Vermont!

    Grab your favourite Offroad RC-car or Monster Truck and join the races at Appalachian RC, the new racing track built by the Green Mountain RC Club.

    Club races every THU and SAT afternoon, 17 UTC. (April to October) For special races and events please look at the billboard at the entrance.

    FREE riding for club members, everyone else pay 2 $ per day.
    Club membership 10 $ per season!

    Find all details at geocities.com/appalachian-rc/2030
    For the club website visit tripod.lycos.com/gmrcc-vt

    For club membership call 1-800-GMRC-VT

     

    Major bullets for Appalachian RC:

    • Pseudo-realistic RC-car racing track
    • Works best / most fun with Offroad RC-cars and Monster Trucks
    • Raceline is based on Keyran's Rally PRM Kit
    • Time Trial time to beat (Semi-Pro/Pro cars), Practice mode star to find
    • Custom object and texture animations, custom surface properties
    • Music track from Screamer 2 (c) 1996 by Virgin Interactive

     

    Very special thanks to Javildesign, Mace, Skarma, Xarc and Zorbah for some  assets which I used as a base. A full list can be found in the included Readme.

    Appalachian RC has no Reversed version available, but as an easteregg you can race on the raw-version of the track instead! This version contains just the PRM-pieces as provided by Keyran's Rally PRM Kit. This way you can see how I started working on the track.

    Have fun, thanks for still playing Re-Volt!

    Kiwi

    Update to Version 1.1

    • Adjusted track zones to avoid skipping possibilities (Thanks to Frosttbitten)
    • Placed some obstacles to avoid skipping possibilities
    • Added a new instance (fence)
    • Adjusted the position of some pickups

4 comments on “Appalachian RC

  1. “Appalachian RC has no Reversed version available, but as an easteregg you can
    race on the raw-version of the track instead! This version contains just the
    PRM-pieces as provided by Keyran’s Rally PRM Kit. This way you can see how I
    started working on the track.”
    And it’s a very good idea !

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  2. fun fact: you can see the sasquatch and the blackfoot on one of the benches at the start (hence the first image gallery preview)

    (yes i spoilered it for those who dont know)

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  3. As usual, great track, Kiwi! I really like the idea and its implementation. I like your choice of models that you decided to use in this track. I like the color scheme of the track. The water looks good. I like birdsong and other SFX. I also noticed an animation of a flying plane. Nice! Also, I like the idea of texture animation timer. All textures look good. Also RVW User Ranking is a very good idea. In general, keep it that way. This track was a great example of using Keyran’s Rally PRM Set. And, btw, congratulations on your victory, Kiwi!!! :)
    Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgmYg2MHx18

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  4. Flawless visuals as usual from Kiwi, the very best on that front that we have in the community. Driving the course was very satisfying and enjoyable. Only real complaints would be: 1. how lenient the track zones are, optimal line would be to just not drive on the line at all and cut everywhere, which I don’t like, could maybe be solved with some fences. And 2. it’s a bit short. Honestly with less lenient track zones and if it was about twice as long, maybe something like 40-45seconds, this could be one of the best tracks ever. But it’s still an awesome track to play, top job Kiwi.

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